Anne Krendl

Office: Psychology 364


Anne Krendl completed her undergraduate degree at Harvard University, her Ph.D. from Dartmouth College, and postdoctoral training at Tufts University with Nalini Ambady and Boston College with Elizabeth Kensinger. She joined the faculty in the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences at Indiana University in 2012. Dr. Krendl uses a social neuroscience approach to investigate the mechanisms underlying social cognitive aging and social stigma. Prior to pursuing her graduate degree, Dr. Krendl worked as an assignment editor for CNN in Atlanta.


Clare Johnson
Project Manager

Office: Psychology A216
Phone: 812-856-8007

Clare completed her undergraduate degree at the University of North Carolina in 22018 and Ph.D. at Indiana University in 2023 studying cannabinoids and lipid signaling molecules as part of the Bradshaw lab. She is currently a certified associate in project management and is working towards becoming a project management professional with the NiMBLe lab. When not in the lab, Clare enjoys reading, hot yoga, and foraging for mushrooms with her dogs.


Skylar Wilson
Lab Manager

Office: Psychology A216
Phone: 812-856-8007

Skylar completed her undergraduate degree in psychology with a minor in counseling at Indiana University, Bloomington. She went on to work as a clinical research technician at IU School of Medicine in Indianapolis. At IUSM, Skylar administered neuropsychological testing in clinical trials in the neurology department as well as a memory disorders clinic. After gaining more research experience in the NiMBLe lab, she hopes to pursue a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology. Skylar's research interests include mental health and aging, health behaviors for dementia prevention, and the dimensional classification of mental health disorders. Outside of research, Skylar enjoys visiting friends and family, strength training, and exploring new trails and parks with her dog.


Roberto French
Graduate Student

Roberto French is a second year graduate student in the NiMBLe lab. He completed his undergraduate degree in Public Health and a minor in Studio Art at the Ohio State University in 2017 before training as a research assistant at Nationwide Children's Hospital doing developmental neuroimaging work for four years. Roberto is pursuing a Ph.D. in Psychology. His research interests are broadly focused on the changing architecture and network composition of the aging brain and how it influences and is influenced by the social contexts in which people reside. Roberto picks up more hobbiers than he really should, but loves woodworking, painting, and doing insect macrophotography in his free time.

Amani Holder-Dixon
Graduate Student

Office: Psychology A216

Amani is a fifth year graduate student in the clinical science program.


Mia Freeman

Mia Freeman is a junior in the Cox Research Scholar majoring in Neuroscience with a minor in Public Advocacy & Communication. When not in the lab, she enjoys photography, music, and traveling.

Carter Wittendorf

Carter is a sophomore from Granger, Indiana who is majoring in human biology and minoring in psychology. Carter is also a Cox Research Scholar and enjoys traveling to compete in pickleball tournaments.

Ishna Kesti

Ishna Kesti is a freshman in the Cox Research Scholars Program. She is majoring in Neuroscience on a premedical track. In her free time, she enjoys reading, painting, and baking.


Colleen Hughes

Colleen Hughes received her Ph.D. from IU in 2019. She is now a postdoctoral researcher at the Montreal Neuroloigcal Institute.

Brittany Cassidy

Brittany Cassidy was a postdoctoral researcher in the lab. She is now an Assistant Professor at UNC-Greensboro.