E. Frances Kronenberg

student | artist | mindfulness geek

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Frances Kronenberg is a medical student highly interested in psychiatry as a specialty. After pursuing studies in cognitive neuroscience at Brown University during her undergraduate career followed by three years as a research assistant at Butler Hospital, she hopes to use her medical and neuroscience background to improve and expand upon current psychiatric treatments. She has extensive research experience with treatments for treatment-resistant depression (TRD, i.e. depression that does not respond to traditional antidepressants), including transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) therapy and esketamine. She also has experience exploring electroencephalography (EEG) biomarkers for depression and anxiety leading to peer-reviewed research publications. She recently drafted and submitted a chapter for a book titled Nature Therapy exploring the theoretical mechanisms behind the therapeutic effects of nature therapy. Publication is currently in progress.  In medical school, she is a paid teaching assistant in the anatomy lab for healthcare students, including dental students, physical therapy students, and medical students. She is Research Co-Chair of the Psychiatry Interest Group, organizing events to help students find psych-related research opportunities and learn about cutting edge treatments. She is the Vice President of the Medical Students for Size Inclusivity club at New York Medical College, educating students on weight-neutral health care. She is on the executive board of the Women in Medicine club and the American Medical Student Association, coordinating the LGBTQIA+ History in Medicine trivia night. Frances is open to integrating many aspects of medicine into her future career and hopes to make an impact on her patients and the medical community.

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