Jeffrey E. Pella, Ph.D., Co-PI, TAPES Study
Ph.D., Developmental Psychology, University of Reading, UK
M.Sc., Developmental Psychopathology, University of Reading, UK
B.A., Psychology, Roger Williams University, Bristol, RI
Jeff joined the UConn School of Medicine’s Department of Psychiatry faculty as an assistant professor in 2017. In the CAMP lab, Jeff is the co-principal investigator of the Teacher Anxiety Program for Elementary Students (TAPES) and coordinated the School-based Treatment of Anxiety Research Study (STARS). Jeff completed his B.A. in psychology from Roger Williams University in Bristol, Rhode Island, his M.Sc. in Developmental Psychopathology and his Ph.D. in Developmental Psychology at the University of Reading in Reading, England. Following his graduate work, Jeff worked in the School of Medicine at the University of Maryland investigating family trauma treatment. He completed his post-doctoral fellowship in clinical psychology at UConn Health. When he is not coordinating studies Jeff can be found drinking strong coffee, boating, and hiking in New Hampshire.
Robert R. Ogle, Ph.D., Coordinator, TAPES Study