Predoctoral Students

Myra Altman, MAMyra
Clinical Psychology Predoctoral Student
altmanm@psychiatry.wustl.edu

Myra Altman is a graduate student in the clinical psychology doctoral program at Washington University in St. Louis. Altman received her BA in psychology from Dartmouth College in 2011. Her research interests include the role of the built environment and meal location on weight loss treatment success, and the development of school-based obesity interventions. In addition, she is interested in the prevention and treatment of childhood obesity, through a public health lens.

On Internship 2016-2017: VA Palo Alto Health Care System 


Jackie Hayes, MAHayes
Clinical Psychology Predoctoral Student
T32 Predoctoral Research Fellow
hayesj@psychiatry.wustl.edu

Jackie Hayes is a fourth year graduate student in the clinical psychology doctoral program at Washington University in St. Louis. She received her BA in psychology from Tufts University in 2009. Her research interests include the prevention and treatment of obesity and eating disorders, with a specific desire to assess and implement individual, family, and community-based interventions for childhood obesity. Additional interests include cognitive and emotional factors related to loss of control eating and binge eating disorder.


Anna Karam, MAAnna
Clinical Psychology Predoctoral Student
T32 Predoctoral Research Fellow
karama@psychiatry.wustl.edu

Anna Karam is a third year graduate student in the clinical psychology doctoral program at Washington University in St. Louis. She received her BA in psychology and women’s and gender studies in 2013 from UNC-Chapel Hill. Her research interests include the prevention, etiology, and treatment of eating disorders and obesity. She is also interested in the dissemination and implementation of interventions and evidence-based treatments.


Grace Monterubio gradGrace Monterubio, BA
Clinical Psychology Predoctoral Student

monterubiog@psychiatry.wustl.edu

Grace Monterubio is a first 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.


Michelle St. Paul, MA stpaul
Clinical Psychology Predoctoral Student
T32 Predoctoral Research Fellow
stpaulm@psychiatry.wustl.edu

Michelle St. Paul is a fourth year graduate student in the clinical psychology doctoral program at Washington University in St. Louis. She received her BA in psychology from Boston University in 2009. Her research interests include the etiology and evidence-based treatment of eating disorders, with an emphasis on the sociocultural contributors to disordered eating, especially body image. Additional interests include the refinement of diagnostic conceptualization.