Jacqueline Trumbull is a second year Ph.D. student in CMER. She is interested in how emotion dysregulation impacts interpersonal functioning, and the role of emotions like shame, disgust, and anger in personality disorders and misophonia. She previously worked as a research coordinator studying emotion regulation and borderline personality disorder at the Mood and Personality Disorders Lab at Mt. Sinai Medical School. She holds a BA in philosophy from the University of Virginia.
Educating and training at the intersection of science and treatment.