Emily Mahoney is a research analyst at the Vanderbilt Memory and Alzheimer’s Center working with the Computational Neurogenomics Team. She graduated from Trevecca Nazarene University with her Bachelor’s of Science in psychology with a minor in biology. In her senior year, she conducted two studies, one on active procrastination and another on delay and time management. She presented the study on procrastination at the National Conference for Undergraduate Research. She began her journey with the Center as an undergraduate intern also in her senior year.
In her spare time, Emily enjoys reading, playing piano, listening to music, and engaging in interesting philosophical discussions.