Dr. Tristin Nyman-Mallis is a postdoctoral fellow in Pediatric Neuropsychology at Kennedy Krieger Institute and the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. She additionally participates in research and mentorship.
Dr. Nyman-Mallis completed a BA in Neuroscience & Psychology from Carthage College in Kenosha, WI, before earning a MS in General Clinical Psychology from Eastern Michigan University. She then completed both her MS in Psychology and PhD in Clinical Psychology from Texas A&M University. Her current postdoctoral fellowship with Kennedy Krieger and the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine was preceded by a predoctoral internship in Neuropsychology & Behavior Management at Kennedy Krieger and the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.
Dr. Nyman- Mallis’s research interests include investigating contextual and biological factors that contribute to child affective disorders. Specifically, she is interested in child anxiety development and the impact of parenting on the development and maintenance of child anxiety in medical and nonmedical populations. During fellowship, Dr. Nyman-Mallis is excited to learn more about the influence of biological and contextual factors during infancy and early childhood.