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Gabriella (Ella) Buboltz is a research assistant for the Infant Brain Imaging Study at the Center for Autism Research, which looks at the relationship between brain development and behavior in infants, children, and adolescents.
Gabriella (Ella) Buboltz is a research assistant for the Infant Brain Imaging Study (IBIS) at the Center for Autism Research. The IBIS study looks at the relationship between brain development and behavior in infants, children, and adolescents with Autism, Down syndrome, or typically developing children.
Buboltz graduated from the University of Minnesota Twin Cities where she majored in Developmental Psychology with a minor in Public Health. As an Undergraduate Research Assistant, she completed her senior thesis on the Social Attribution Task as a brief measure of Theory of Mind in children with Autism and ADHD. As an undergraduate she worked in various interdisciplinary labs while volunteering in a number of different settings where she continued to develop her passion for working with children. Buboltz plans to pursue a PhD in Clinical Psychology in order to continue to work with children and engage in both research and clinical work.