Victoria Rosen

Clinical Assessor

Victoria (she/her) is currently a 2nd-year PhD student in the UCLA Clinical Psychology program. She is working with CAPPS as a graduate student assessor and trainee. Victoria holds a Master’s of Research (MRes) degree in Neuroscience from the University of St Andrews in Scotland and a BS degree in Neuroscience and Behavioral Biology from Emory University. Prior to coming to UCLA, Victoria worked with the Neurobehavioral Treatment Discovery Team and the Fragile X Research and Treatment Center at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center where she developed a passion for working with individuals and families with complicated medical, psychological, and behavioral needs to find ways to improve treatment outcomes and to make research and treatment accessible to everyone. Victoria is passionate about studying complex clinical phenomena using multimodal methods and interdisciplinary approaches. Victoria’s current research is focused on exploring neural correlates of cognitive dysfunction in psychosis spectrum disorders with goals to improve psychosis risk detection and find new targets for cognitive interventions.