Anne Mozel is a Clinical Research Coordinator II at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia's Center for Injury Research and Prevention, where she supports the Minds Matter Concussion Program team.
Anne Mozel joined CIRP’s concussion team in September 2016 as an Undergraduate Research Assistant. After completing her Bachelor Science from Eastern University in May 2017, she continued to work part-time at CIRP while pursuing a Master of Science in Experimental Psychology at Villanova University. At Villanova, her research examined cognitive processes underlying attention and memory. She was awarded the 2019 Ingeborg and Byron Ward Outstanding Thesis Award for her work, "Distractibility & Top-Down Attentional Control After Adolescent Concussion.”
Anne transitioned to her current full-time position in 2019, where she supports the portfolio of Minds Matter Concussion Program projects. In this role, she conducts assessments in clinical and community settings, performs data management, and provides administrative support for studies aimed at identifying objective measures to improve concussion diagnosis. She also supports the CARE Consortium.
BS, Eastern University (Psychology), 2017
MS, Villanova University (Experimental Psychology), 2019
Clinical Research Coordinator II, Center for Injury Research and Prevention, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
Adjunct Professor, Eastern University
Ingeborg and Byron Ward Outstanding Thesis Award, "Distractibility & Top-Down Attentional Control After Adolescent Concussion,” 2019