Rachel Miller-Slough, PhD
Dr. Miller-Slough is an assistant professor of psychology at ETSU. She is a clinical psychologist who specializes in children, adolescents, and families. She received her bachelor's degree at the College of William & Mary, followed by her PhD in Clinical Psychology at Virginia Tech. She completed her clinical internship and postdoctoral fellowship at Duke University Medical Center. Her research focuses on risk and protective factors for youth mental health.
Undergraduate Research Assistants
Brady K. Brown
Brady is a Tennessee local from McMinnville, a small town south of Nashville. He is a Junior at East Tennessee State University, majoring in Health Sciences with a minor in Psychology and a concentration in Human Health. He is an avid Siberian Husky lover.
Emily Brown is a sophomore from Chattanooga, TN. She is a University Honors Scholar on campus and a member of Alpha Delta Pi sorority. Emily is majoring in Psychology with a Clinical concentration and a minor in sociology. After graduation, she plans to go to graduate school.
Marina is a sophomore from Cleveland, TN. She is a health science major with a microbiology concentration and a psychology minor. After graduation, she hopes to attend medical school.
Landrie is a sophomore at ETSU. She is majoring in General Psychology, with a minor in Social Work. She is from Knoxville, TN, and is excited about participating in research here at ETSU.
Haven is a sophomore from Morristown, TN. She is majoring in health science, with a microbiology concentration. Haven enjoys hiking and is the president of the ETSU club tennis team. She attends weekend tournaments with the team throughout the semester. After college, Haven plans to attend dental school.