Jennifer L.S. Kriegel, M.S.
Jennifer serves as a research assistant for Dr. Chapman’s Lab and is responsible for EEG data collection of for the aMCI study. She currently manages the IRB for the study and assists with analysis of behavioral and EEG data. Before Jennifer joined the Center for BrainHealth team, Jennifer received her M.S. in Psychological Sciences with an emphasis on cognition and neuroscience from UT Dallas and interned at the Center for Vital Longevity. She has also been involved with the research of structural brain data and its comparison to memory performance.
Jennifer’s research interests include episodic and aging memory and the effects of salience on memory. She also has interest in exploring the mechanisms of consolidation and reconsolidation function in older adults as well as predicting difference and decline biomarkers.