Jacqueline Leete

Graduate Student, Clinical Psychology Insomnia and Sleep Health Research Laboratory Faculty Advisor: Daniel Taylor

Jacqueline Leete

Graduate Student, Clinical Psychology Insomnia and Sleep Health Research Laboratory Faculty Advisor: Daniel Taylor

I received my undergraduate degree from Wesleyan University where I studied Neuroscience and Behavior. My undergraduate summer research internship at Brown University in Dr. Mary Carskadon’s sleep lab sparked my interest in the field of sleep research. After completing my undergraduate degree, I worked for two years at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in Bethesda, Maryland as a postbaccalaureate research fellow under the mentorship of Dr. Jessica Gill. At NIH, I focused on blood-based biomarker research related to insomnia, sleep, and traumatic brain injury. I am a Graduate Student at UA in the Clinical Psychology PhD program and the Health Psychology Minor. I am working under Dr. Daniel Taylor's mentorship focusing on insomnia research.

Research Interests: 

  • Neuroscience and Behavior.
  • Sleep Research
  • Blood-based biomarker research related to insomnia, sleep, and traumatic brain injury.
  • Insomnia research.

Updated: 09/29/22

Degrees

  • B.A. Neuroscience & Behavior, Wesleyan University
Ph.D. Students Clinical