Hannah Tralka
Undergraduate Research Assistant

Hannah Tralka is an undergraduate research assistant at GMAP. She is working with Dr. Magidson on Project Khanya in South Africa and Peer Act!vate in Baltimore. Previously, Hannah has worked at the UMD Motivated Cognition Laboratory as an undergraduate research assistant. She researched regulatory mode theory, unethical behavior, attention, and public health message interpretations. Hannah is also a peer educator at the UMD Health Center for sexual health education. She is passionate about helping people improve their lives, especially through mental and sexual health in minority populations such as the LGBTQ community. She is very excited to be a part of this lab and learn from this opportunity. 


University of Maryland, College Park (expected 2020)
BA Psychology, Minor in Neuroscience, Certificate in LGBT Studies