Department of Psychiatry
Penn Behavioral Health

Neuropsychiatry Section

Neuropsychiatry Section

Erich Dress, BS

Erich Dress BSErich joined the Neuropsychiatry Section in July 2012 as a research coordinator for the COGS-2 project. His primary responsibilities include administration of electrophysiologic measures and management of data validation/analysis. Recently, he has begun a new project investigating the effects of Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation on Motor Response in patients with schizophrenia under the direction of Dr. Bruce Turetsky. He previously received his undergraduate degree in Psychology with Honors from Susquehanna University. He is currently pursuing his Masters degree in Bioethics and Public Health at UPenn..

Education

  • Current Masters of Bioethics Candidate. University of Pennsylvania.
    2007-2011- Bachelor of Science in Psychology with Honors. Susquehanna University.

Position

  • Clinical Research Coordinator

Current Projects:

  • Consortium on the Genetics and Endophenotypes of Schizophrenia (COGS-2)
  • TMS Probes of Excitatory & Inhibitory Neural Networks in Schizophrenia