Ms. Dombroski received her AA degree in Psychology and her AS degree in Criminal Justice Technology from the College of Central Florida. She received her bachelor’s degree in Psychology with a minor in Marketing from Florida Gulf Coast University. Ms. Dombroski received her master’s degree and is pursuing her doctorate degree in Anatomical Sciences and Neurobiology in preparation for a research career in learning and memory. Her research interests pertain to cognitive processes, childhood literary deficiency, Autism and Alzheimer’s disease. Prior to attending UofL for her master’s and doctorate degrees, Ms. Dombroski worked with autistic children and adults as a behavioral therapist for Eden Autism Services of Florida to implement life skills training & behavior reduction programs using an approved Applied Behavior Analysis model. Ms. Dombroski currently works as a graduate research fellow using in vivo MRIs from the NIH Pediatric MRI data repository to investigate normative measurements of anatomical structures under the supervision of her mentor, Dr. Manuel F. Casanova in collaboration with Dr. Ayman El-Baz in the Bio-Imagining Laboratory. In addition to her dissertation research, Ms. Dombroski serves as Key Personnel in our Prism Lenses Treatment Study evaluating and interacting with high functioning autistic individuals in the psychophysiology laboratory of Dr. Tato Sokhadze. She also communicates regularly with collaborators at the Center for Visual Management in Tarrytown, New York and the Autism Research Institute in San Diego, California involved in this study. Ms. Dombroski also serves as Key Personnel in the Face Recognition Processing Study administering the face matching game to high functioning autistic individuals and control subjects with fellow researchers from the Computer Vision and Image Processing Laboratory.