The Media Committee’s role is to support the mission and vision of the Asian Neuropsychological Association through communication-related activities and social media platforms. Our primary products include the quarterly Newsletter, official ANA website, and ANA YouTube channel. We aim to work closely with other ANA Committees (Advocacy, Education, Student, Resource, and Membership) and neuropsychological organizations (e.g., INS, NAN, SBN, HNS) to disseminate communication through the listserv and social media platforms (Facebook, Twitter, YouTube). We also collaborate with the Executive Committee in creating special projects, such as the ANA Heritage Video Series (ANA YouTube Channel).
Sara Chan, Psy.D.
Dr. Sara Chan graduated from the Clinical Psychology – Neuropsychology track program at Pacific University, Oregon. She completed internship at the VA Northern California and fellowship at the University of Washington. She works with adults in inpatient and outpatient settings through a neuro-rehabilitative framework. Her research and clinical interests lie in rehabilitation neuropsychology, movement disorders, multicultural approaches to neuropsychological evaluations and treatment, and biomarkers for neurodegenerative conditions. She speaks Bahasa Melayu and Japanese (and some Chinese dialects).
Chris Nguyen, Ph.D., ABPP-CN
Dr. Chris Nguyen is an Attending Neuropsychologist and Assistant Clinical Professor at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Health. He completed his doctoral degree at the University of Iowa, internship at the Ann Arbor VA Healthcare System, and fellowship at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center. His research interests include cognitive aging, decision making, civil capacities, and cross-cultural considerations in neuropsychology. He is fluent in Vietnamese and works with adults in outpatient and inpatient settings.
Ivy Cho, M.S.
Ivy is pursuing her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology at the University of Toronto. She previously completed a BSc in Neuroscience at the University of Calgary and an MA in Clinical Psychology at the University of Toronto. As part of her graduate program, she is one of the student representatives on the Inclusivity Committee, where she works with program faculty and staff to organize the annual Invited Diversity Speaker Series at the University of Toronto Scarborough. Her doctoral dissertation is focused on dissociating proactive and reactive forms of cognitive control in individuals with depression and healthy older adults.
Jessie Li, M.A.
Jessie Li is pursuing her Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology at Pacific University, Oregon. She obtained a Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology at Pacific University and a Bachelor of Science in BioHealth Sciences and Psychology at Oregon State University. Her undergraduate thesis focused on the use of photography as a mediating tool between birth origin and a sense of home. As part of her graduate program, she is a member of the Neuropsychology Outreach Taskforce, which aims to provide neuropsychological and psychological services to homebound and/or elderly community members. She is particularly interested in understanding healthy aging and cross-cultural considerations in neuropsychology.
Jas Chok, B.S.
Jie Chang, M.A.
Jie is pursuing her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology at Concordia University in Montréal, Canada. She has obtained an MA in Clinical Psychology from Concordia University and a Bachelor of Science from the University of Toronto Scarborough. Jie’s doctoral dissertation explores attention to emotions in different cultural contexts, specifically understanding how people from Euro-Canadian and Chinese-heritage backgrounds attend to their feelings. Jie is particularly interested in integrating cultural psychology and Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion knowledge with her clinical neuropsychology training.
Social Media team
Jennifer Chang-Tran, PhD, is a pediatric neuropsychologist who specializes in neuropsychological evaluations for children and adolescents presenting with a range of neurodevelopmental, neurological, and/or other medical conditions, as well as autism diagnostic evaluations. She earned her PhD in Counseling Psychology at the University of Iowa and completed her predoctoral internship in pediatric neuropsychology at the Missouri Health Sciences Psychology Consortium, conducting autism diagnostic and neuropsychological evaluations at the Thompson Center for Autism & Neurodevelopmental Disorders and the University of Missouri’s Women & Children’s Hospital. She then completed her postdoctoral fellowship in pediatric neuropsychology at Baylor College of Medicine (BCM)/Texas Children’s Hospital (TCH). She continues to live in Houston, TX and enjoys traveling with her husband and spending time with her family in Southern California.
Eleni Kapoulea, M.S.
Eleni is a 3rd-year graduate student in the Clinical Psychology program at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. She earned her Master’s degree in Psychology from San Diego State University (SDSU) and Bachelor’s degree in Cognitive Science, Neuroscience emphasis, from the University of California, San Diego. Her master’s thesis was on differential functional and structural neuroimaging data in older, non-demented Apolipoprotein e4 carriers and non-carriers who completed an olfactory recognition task while in the scanner. She was also a Graduate Research Assistant in the Lifespan Human Senses Lab at SDSU. Eleni’s current research interests include evaluating the associations among psychosocial constructs (e.g., loneliness and stress), health, and cognition across the lifespan. She has a particular interest in understanding healthy aging cross-culturally and in learning how to assess and analyze biomarker data as health indicators.