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Aging studies PhD student passes comprehensive exam with distinction

Cassidy Doyle

Cassidy Doyle, a third-year PhD student in the School of Aging Studies, successfully completed her comprehensive examination with distinction. Her dissertation topic aims to expand and diversify cognitive "SuperAging" research by using a population-based dataset and machine learning techniques. Her committee is co-chaired by Kathy Black, PhD, and Brent Small, PhD. Committee members include Jennifer Lister, PhD, and Ross Andel, PhD.

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