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Loretta Cambron

Loretta Cambron

Research Assistant

Northwestern University

Currently researching developmental psychology, looking to expand my knowledge of data management + analytics, and eventually transition into data science. Outside of work, you can find me perusing fashion blogs, reading my latest library find, or working on a new yoga flow.

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Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine

Research Assistant

My work here has given me a range of opportunities, including data management, psychological assessment administration, blood sample processing, and development of an MRI study protocol. Because of my varying responsibilities, I’ve learned to teach myself necessary new skills and balance priorities of multiple projects to maximize my value.

Indiana University Social Development Lab

Research Assistant

Lab experience at IU informed my knowledge of research methodology and data manipulation as a means to answer questions. My senior thesis questioned how toddler attention development and maternal parenting behaviors are related.

"When you talk, you are only repeating what you already know. But if you listen, you may learn something new." -Dalai Lama

Indiana University Psychological and Brain Sciences

Teaching Assistant

Assisting with undergraduate statistics was engaging and fun. I completed the course myself the previous semester and enjoyed the class quite a bit. I was happy to explain concepts to students via office hours or a note on their latest assignment.

Indiana University

Bachelor of Arts, Psychology

Before pursuing psychology, I took classes in business, education, and Spanish; this wide ranging background of thought brought a fresh perspective to my psychology classes. Studying psychology, and particularly understanding the research process, taught me to think methodically to answer questions and make informed decisions.