Mary Woody MS

Mary Woody MS Mary Woody MS

Doctoral Candidate in Clinical Psychology

Binghamton University



Mary Woody received her B.S. in psychology and women & gender studies from the University of Miami in 2011. She joined the BMDI as a graduate student during Fall 2011 and received her M.S. from Binghamton University in 2013. Her research seeks to identify markers of risk for depression by examining it as a neurodevelopmental disorder with core disruptions in specific brain circuits that are linked to influences and disruptions across genes, physiology, and behavior. Her work has primarily focused on linking these risk factors across multiple levels of analysis in high-risk children before their first onset of depression and among women at high risk for recurrence.

Research Interest

Psychophysics, Clinical Psychology, Biological Psychology.

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