Predoctoral Students

Laura D’adamo, BA
Clinical Psychology Predoctoral Student

l.dadamo@wustl.edu

Laura D’Adamo is a first-year graduate student in the clinical psychology doctoral program at Washington University in St. Louis working with Dr. Denise Wilfley. She received her BA in Psychology in 2018 from Rutgers University. Prior to joining the Center, she worked as a research coordinator at the Center for Weight, Eating, and Lifestyle Science at Drexel University. Laura’s research interests focus on eating and weight disorders, with particular interest in the use of digital technologies for the assessment, prevention, and treatment of eating disorders, as well as novel strategies for disseminating and implementing evidence-based treatments. She also has an interest in leveraging social media to study risk for mental health problems and inform interventions for young people.


Genevieve Davison, MA, MPH
Clinical Psychology Predoctoral Student
genevieve.davison@wustl.edu

Genevieve is a fourth year graduate student working within the Center for Healthy Weight and Wellness under the mentorship of Denise Wilfley. She received her BA in psychology from Kenyon College in 2012 and an MPH from the Ohio State University in 2014. Prior to joining the Center, she worked at the Social Policy Institute and the Envolve Center for Health Behavior Chance at Washington University in St. Louis. Her research interests include the etiology, prevention and treatment of eating disorders and obesity as well as the dissemination and implementation of evidence based treatments. She is particularly interested in developing and disseminating treatments geared towards low-income populations.


Molly Fennig, BA
Clinical Psychology Predoctoral Student
fennig.m@wustl.edu

Molly is a first year graduate student within the Center for Healthy Weight and Wellness under the mentorship of Denise Wilfley. She received her BA in Neuroscience from Swarthmore College in 2020. Prior to joining the Center, Molly worked as a research coordinator at the University of Minnesota Center for Eating Disorder Research (MCEDR). Broadly, her research interests include the etiology, prevention and treatment of eating disorders. More specifically, Molly is interested in treatment development and dissemination, community outreach, and the role of anxiety in eating disorders.


Anne Claire Grammer, MA
Clinical Psychology Predoctoral Student
agrammer@wustl.edu

Anne Claire is a fourth-year PhD student in clinical psychology working under the mentorship of Dr. Denise Wilfley. She received her BA in Psychology from Bryn Mawr College in 2016. After graduating, she worked as a postbaccalaureate research fellow at the National Institute for Child Health and Human Development, where she studied eating behavior endophenotypes in youth. Anne Claire is broadly interested in using novel digital assessment and treatment approaches to address disordered eating and weight in high-risk subgroups of youth, young adults, and families.


Jessica Jakubiak, MA
Clinical Psychology Predoctoral Student
T32 Predoctoral Research Fellow
jjakubiak@wustl.edu

Jessica Jakubiak is a fifth year graduate student in the clinical psychology doctoral program at Washington University in St. Louis. She received her BS in biology from the University of Washington in 2010. Her research interests include the etiology, prevention and treatment of eating disorders and obesity. Additional interests include the overlap between eating disorders, obesity and other mental health disorders as well as the dissemination and implementation of evidence based treatments.


Grace Monterubio gradGrace Monterubio, MA
Clinical Psychology Predoctoral Student

gmonterubio@wustl.edu

Grace Monterubio is a fifth year graduate student in the clinical psychology doctoral program at Washington University in St. Louis. She received her BA in psychology and child development from Vanderbilt University in 2014. Her research interests include the prevention and treatment of eating disorders in adolescents and young adults, as well as the role of cultural factors in eating disorder presentation and intervention. She is also interested in family interaction around eating and body image, and the transmission of unhealthy eating patterns, attitudes and negative affect within families.