Kelly Ann Gregus is a doctoral student in the School Psychology program area. Last year she completed the traineeship in the Leadership in Education in Neurodevelopmental and Related Disabilities program at the Waisman center. She received a BS in Biology, Neurobiology option from UW–Madison, where she worked in a developmental neuroscience lab with Dr. Timothy Gomez. Her research interests include brain-behavior relationships and neuromodulation interventions for children with Autism. When she is not working in the department or taking classes, she works for the Business Emerging Leaders (BEL) Program where she mentors undergraduate scholars.