Founded in 1791, the University of Vermont (UVM) is among the oldest universities in the United States and the fifth institution of higher education established in New England after Harvard, Yale, Dartmouth, and Brown. The university is located in Burlington, the most populous municipality in the state of Vermont.


ABCD Study at the University of Vermont

The University of Vermont is one of 21 institutions nationwide that will recruit families to participate in the ABCD Study. Families in the ABCD Study will complete their assessments at the University of Vermont Clinical Research Center.  To find out if you are eligible to participate in the ABCD Study at the University of Vermont, or to request information, please call (802) 847-4562 or email us at [email protected].

Click here to learn more about our Study Procedures.

Photo on right:  Back Row – Josh Poirier (Research Assistant), Phil Nguyen (Graduate Research Assistant), Alexandra Potter (Principal Investigator), Nicholas Allgaier (Co-Investigator), Sofia Lozon (Lead Research Assistant), Joe Ortigara (Site Coordinator/RA). Front Row – Zoe Hulce (Research Assistant) and Hannah Loso (Graduate Research Assistant).


Garavan

Hugh Garavan, Ph.D.

Associate Director, ABCD Study Coordinating Center; Principal Investigator, University of Vermont
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AlexandraPotter

Alexandra Potter, Ph.D.

Principal Investigator
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Nick Allgaier_sm

Nicholas Allgaier, Ph.D.

Co-Investigator
Zoe Hulce

Zoe Hulce

Site Coordinator / Data Manager
Sofia Lozon

Sofia Lozon

Lead Research Assistant
Hannah Loso

Hannah Loso

Graduate Research Assistant
Phil Nguyen_sm

Phil Nguyen

Graduate Research Assistant
Sophie Consorti

Sophie Consorti

Research Assistant
Annabel Diestel

Annabel Diestel

Research Assistant

Rylee Gillen

Research Assistant
Joe Ortigara_sm

Joe Ortigara

Research Assistant
Josh Poirier

Josh Poirier

Research Assistant
Francesca Compton1

Francesca Compton

Undergraduate Research Assistant
Nicole Eaton

Nicole Eaton

Undergraduate Research Assistant

Alice Hammond

Undergraduate Research Assistant

Evie Wakeman

Undergraduate Research Assistant