Abigail is a Research Assistant with ISPH. She holds a BA in Neuroscience from Yeshiva University and is working towards her professional goal of becoming a physician.
Abigail has held previous roles as a direct support professional and advocate for the intellectual/developmental disability (I/DD) community. She gained valuable experience working in diverse settings, including overnight summer camps, group homes, and community programming specifically tailored to individuals with I/DD within the Jewish community. Through her work, Abigail provided support with day-to-day needs, helped foster inclusivity, and advocated for the needs and rights of individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Currently, Abigail is assisting with an NIH-funded randomized controlled trial for a socialization and sex education program targeting youth with mild to moderate intellectual and developmental disabilities.