Alice Oh is the Administrative Coordinator at the Mongan Institute. She received her Bachelor of Science in Psychology (Neuroscience track) from Yale University. Alice worked at the Fundamentals of the Adolescent Brain Lab at Yale, where she contributed to the Adolescent Brain Cognitive Development (ABCD) Study, the largest long-term study of brain development and child health in the United States. She investigated the relationships between resource insecurity (i.e., lack of access to food, housing, medical care), mental health, and functional brain connectivity of children, which revealed significant mental health disparities and differences in developing brain patterns in children as young as 9 years old. In addition to research, Alice has experience in communications, community outreach, and nonprofit administration, particularly in underserved communities. She supports an intersectional and interdisciplinary approach to advancing health equity. As a Yale President’s Public Service Fellow, she coordinated an educational program for low-income students of color at the Connecticut Center of Arts and Technology, and as an undergraduate, she was active in community organizing on issues ranging from immigration to environmental justice.