Joshua Fox-Fuller, BA, MA
Josh joined the lab in July, 2017 after graduating with a B.A. in Psychology and Spanish from Texas A&M University. He is a third-year doctoral student in clinical psychology at Boston University (BU) where he is co-mentored by Dr. Alice Cronin-Golomb and Dr. Yakeel Quiroz (MGH). Josh’s past research used factor analysis and item response theory with data from the Alzheimer’s Disease Neuroimaging Initiative (ADNI) to investigate the associations between neuropsychiatric symptoms with Alzheimer’s-related cognitive dysfunction across the clinical spectrum of the disease (Fuller, Choudhury, Lowe, & Balsis, 2019). He recently received an F31 NRSA from the National Institute on Aging to investigate resting and task-based fMRI connectivity in working memory-related networks in preclinical familial and sporadic AD. Though he is not a native-speaker, Josh is fluent in Spanish and is passionate about improving Alzheimer’s disease assessment and care for Latinx individuals. In his spare time he enjoys playing tennis, watching movies, traveling, playing board games with friends, and going to the dog park with his wife, Kate, and his Golden Doodle (Sully).