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Allison Isayeff, MS
Allison Isayeff
Clinical Research Coordinator III & Psychometrician

Allison Isayeff (Borda), MS is a clinical research coordinator and psychometrician at the Center for Autism Research on the Infant Brain Imaging Study research projects.

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Allison Isayeff (Borda), MS is a Clinical Research Coordinator III and psychometrician at the Center for Autism Research (CAR) on the Infant Brain Imaging Study (IBIS) research projects. Her responsibilities include coordination and implementation of all study-related initiatives, as well as administering developmental and cognitive standardized measures, semi-structured interviews, and behavioral assessments to research participants with high proficiency across a wide range of ages, developmental functioning, and psychiatric profiles. She also serves as the clinical lead for the MRI, EEG, eye-tracking, and biospecimen collection portions of the IBIS projects, and supervises volunteer undergraduate students learning the ins-and-outs of clinical research.

Isayeff started with CAR in June of 2019. She received her Bachelor's degree in Psychology in 2014 at Siena College, where she played lacrosse as a Division 1 student-athlete. In her gap year between her undergraduate and graduate educations, Allison coached lacrosse and served as a Physical Education teacher for all ages in Northwood, London, England. In 2017, she completed her Master's degree in Clinical Psychology at Loyola University Maryland.

Prior to joining CAR, Isayeff worked at Kennedy Krieger Institute in Baltimore, MD, in the Brain Injury Clinical Research Center working on research involving concussions and disorders of consciousness. She loves to work with children and adolescents and is grateful to be part of CAR's innovative research to help and support families both now and in the future.