Madeline Voss, B.S.

Biographical Sketch

Madeline Voss is a second-year in the Masters in General Psychology program. Before entering the program, she served as a Peace Corps Health Community facilitator in Ghana, where she worked with community partners in a rural community to promote healthy behaviors focused on malaria and HIV/AIDS prevention and improving nutrition in women and children. Madeline has been a member of the TCRG lab since beginning her studies at the UofM. She has also assisted with projects in Dr. Murphy’s HABIT lab and Dr. Howell’s REACH lab, and serves as GA for the Institute for Interdisciplinary Memphis Partnerships to Advance Community Transformation. Her research interests include both the negative and positive changes after trauma exposure and the relationship between PTSD and substance misuse. In the TCRG lab, Madeline is proposing a master’s thesis that focuses on posttraumatic changes and substance misuse in trauma exposed college students.

Publications and Presentations

Education and Training

Masters of Science, (in progress)

General Psychology

University of Memphis

Bachelor of Science, (2014)

Psychology

College of Charleston