Moshe is a 4th year doctoral student in Dr. Lee’s lab. Moshe earned his rabbinical ordination from the Rabbinical College of America, and received his BA in psychology from Touro College. While undergoing his rabbinical training, he served as an ordained rabbi for various underserved communities across the globe. Prior to enrolling in the Ph.D. program at Drexel, he served as a research assistant and lab coordinator at the Medical College of Wisconsin, NYU Comprehensive Epilepsy Center, and NYU Child Study Center. Since then, his research has been primary focused on characterizing executive functioning skills in children with Down syndrome. Currently, he is working on a project attempting to identify early markers of later executive impairment in youth with DS. When not in the lab, he enjoys spending time with family and friends, traveling, and being involved in volunteer work.