Colton Scavone began working with I-CONECT as a conversation staff member on the intervention team in 2017. Since this time, he has taken on other roles as I-CONECT has grown, such as aiding in the development of procedures. Currently, as an assessment specialist, his main responsibilities include preforming neuropsychological evaluations, obtaining informed consent, administering assessments to determine subject eligibility, and to evaluate those deemed eligible. Colton aspires to obtain a PhD in clinical psychology, and hopes to someday, continue his contribution to research as a clinician. As an outdoor enthusiast, his free time is often prioritized by activities such as hiking, camping, and traveling.
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