Katherine Haigler is a master’s student in the psychological sciences program at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. She received her BA in psychology at McGill University in 2010. Prior to attending the University of Illinois, she worked in publishing as a managing editor and copyeditor of nonfiction books.
Katherine is a graduate student and the research coordinator for the Coping with It All from Maternity to Labor (CALM Study) in Dr. Heidemarie Laurent's PRISM Lab. She is interested in investigating the risk factors for and maintenance mechanisms of perinatal anxiety and depression and incorporating neuroimaging methods to study the neural underpinnings of perinatal mental health.
- Perinatal mental health
McGill University, BA
Laurent, H., Finnegan, M. K., and Haigler, K. (2020). Postnatal Affective MRI Dataset. OpenNeuro. DOI: 10.18112/openneuro.ds003136.v1.0.0.