Title: Volunteer Research Assistant
Office: AHC 1 - 348
Anjelica Halim joined Florida International University’s Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine as a Voluntary Research Assistant in June of 2018. She graduated from the same university May of 2017, completing her Bachelor of Psychology with a concentration in Applied Behavior Analysis, and minored in Religious Studies. She has worked in a variety of behavioral settings where she received extensive research experience as an Undergraduate Researcher at FIU’s Center for Children and Families in the Child Anxiety and Phobia Program and Yale School of Medicine Center for Anxiety Disorders ages 6 - 17. She currently attends Drexel University as a Master’s student in the Applied Behavior Analysis program, and works as a Behavioral Therapist for children diagnosed ASD. Anjelica previously worked as a medical scribe for four years within Baptist Health Urgent Care, and has interned as a child life assistant specialist at Nicklaus Children’s Hospital Oncology department. She shares a passion for child behavior and aspires to specialize in Child Psychiatry.