SHIP

Sleep Health In Preschoolers

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Meet the SHIP Team

 

 

Georgia Goldberg
— SHIP Supervisor
Supervisor, Clinical Research

As a supervisor, Georgia provides leadership and support to the work of the interviewers, case managers, and research volunteers that assist with daily study operations. Georgia holds a B.A. in psychology from the University of Washington. Prior to joining the Garrison lab, she coordinated studies that examined areas such as child media use, emotional and cognitive development, and early childhood language development. She is dedicated to supporting behavioral research that that may help families and children.

 

Jessica Kahler
— SHIP Interviewer
Research Assistant

As an Interviewer for the SHIP Study, Jessica conducts assessment home visits with participants and their families.

Jessica received a B.A. from the University of Washington, double-majoring in Psychology and Scandinavian Area Studies. She is interested in all facets of child development and plans to pursue a Master’s degree in Educational Psychology

 

Lauren Stanek — SHIP Interviewer
Research Assistant

As an Interviewer for the SHIP Study, Lauren conducts assessment home visits with participants and their families.

Lauren holds a B.S. in Public Health from the University of Washington. She supports the assessment of behavioral intervention projects for a variety of pediatric health topics at Seattle Children’s Research Institute and is interested in maternal and child health.

 

Tristen Nash — SHIP Case Manager
Clinical Research Associate II

As a Case Manager for the SHIP Study, Tristen helps deliver the SHIP intervention to families.

Tristen hold a B.S. in pre-med Psychology from Seattle University. She is interested in how sleep affects children’s development, growth, and learning. As a parent, Tristen is personally invested in learning the best ways to help children sleep well.