Temple Infant & Child Laboratory | Lab Coordinators
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Lab Coordinators

Michelle Harmon

Michelle Harmon is a Lab Coordinator in the Infant and Child Lab. She oversees all aspects of the lab from grant management to the lab’s physical space. Michelle brings extensive knowledge of conducting research, project management and Temple’s operating systems to the lab. Prior to joining the lab, her research projects focused on early childhood education, welfare reform and childcare subsidies, and most recently completed a 10-year study on the effects of criminal justice system involvement on first time juvenile offenders. Michelle is thrilled to have returned to her research roots in early childhood education. In addition, Michelle is a certified personal defense instructor and mom to four awesome kids and a pup.



Josh Litwin

Josh graduated with a B.A. in Cognitive Neuroscience and a minor in Psychology from the University of Pennsylvania. His undergrad research included working under Dr. Allyson Mackey at the Changing Brain Lab, as well as several other behavioral labs with focuses on Decision-Making and Morality. He is interested in studying the relationship between aging and memory, in the context of both early development and neurodegeneration.



Kate Hill

Kate graduated with a B.A. in Psychology and a minor in cognitive neuroscience from Temple University in 2022. During undergrad, she worked under Dr. Peter Marshall in the Developmental Science Lab, completing independent research within the lab, related to neural representations of fingers. She is interested in cognition, specifically when memory begins to fail.