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Arielle S. Keller, PhD

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I am a post-doctoral fellow at the Penn Lifespan Informatics & Neuroimaging Center, investigating how experiences in childhood shape neurocognitive development. Previously, I completed my PhD in Neurosciences at Stanford University, conducting research at the intersection of cognitive, clinical, and computational neuroscience.

Education & Training

Stanford University

2016 - 2021

PhD Neurosciences

Brandeis University

2012 - 2016   

MS Neuroscience

BS Neuroscience, Psychology

Minor: English

Awards and Funding Sources
  • American College of Neuropsychopharmacology (ACNP) Travel Award (2023)

  • T32 Fellowship in Neurodevelopment and Psychosis (2023-2025)

  • NIMH Loan Repayment Program (2022-2024)

  • T32 Fellowship in Neuroengineering and Medicine (2021-2023)

  • Career Development Institute in Psychiatry (2023)

  • Flux Congress Travel Award (2022)

  • Stanford University Community Impact Award (2021)

  • National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate Fellowship (2017-2021)

  • Stanford Center for Mind, Brain and Computation Traineeship (2017-2021)

  • Society for Biological Psychiatry (SOBP) Travel Award (2020)

  • Center for Neurological Imaging Innovation Grant (2018)

  • NIH Computational Neuroscience Traineeship (2014-2016)

  • Phi Beta Kappa (2016)

  • Reis and Sowul Family Prize in Neuroscience (2016)

  • Ricardo Morant Award in Psychology (2016)

  • Psi Chi, International Honor Society in Psychology (2015-2016)

  • Goldwater Scholarship for Excellence in Research (2015)

  • Sustaining the Mind Scholarship (2015)

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