Diana Parvinchi

Diana Parvinchi completed her PhD in “Brain Behavior and the Cognitive Sciences,” a subdiscipline of psychology at York University in 2012. Her PhD work focused on eye movement patterns in children with Tourette syndrome and its comorbid conditions. Following graduate work, she completed several years of postdoctoral work at SickKids Hospital, McMaster University, and York […]

Biography

Diana Parvinchi completed her PhD in “Brain Behavior and the Cognitive Sciences,” a subdiscipline of psychology at York University in 2012. Her PhD work focused on eye movement patterns in children with Tourette syndrome and its comorbid conditions. Following graduate work, she completed several years of postdoctoral work at SickKids Hospital, McMaster University, and York University. She hopes her research will lead to better understanding of the underlying cognitive and socio-emotional mechanisms of behavior in children and aims to translate this research in applied contexts.

She resides in Ontario, Canada, with her husband and two children.

Biography

Diana Parvinchi completed her PhD in “Brain Behavior and the Cognitive Sciences,” a subdiscipline of psychology at York University in 2012. Her PhD work focused on eye movement patterns in children with Tourette syndrome and its comorbid conditions. Following graduate work, she completed several years of postdoctoral work at SickKids Hospital, McMaster University, and York University. She hopes her research will lead to better understanding of the underlying cognitive and socio-emotional mechanisms of behavior in children and aims to translate this research in applied contexts.

She resides in Ontario, Canada, with her husband and two children.