Associate Professor, Psychology
Preferred: (408) 924-5645
- Doctor of Philosophy, Univ Of Cal-Santa Barbara, 1992
Dr. Cheryl Chancellor-Freeland completed her Ph.D. in 1992 as a National Institutes of Mental Health Doctoral Fellow in Biopsychology from the University of California, Santa Barbara. From there she completed five years of Post-Doctoral training as a National Institutes (NIH) Research Fellow in Neurobiology and Psychoneuroimmunology at Boston University Medical School. Dr. Chancellor-Freeland served as Interim Writing Director at CSU Monterey Bay from 1997 to 1999. She joined the faculty in the Psychology Department at San Jose State University in 1999. Dr. Chancellor-Freeland is the recipient of multiple grant awards, two of which were NIH funded, and she has served as an evaluator on a NIH Grants Review Panel. Dr. Chancellor-Freeland is currently pursuing research interests regarding to the effects of stress and its mitigating factors. She also conducts research projects related to poverty, social support and perinatal mood disorders. From this work, Dr. Chancellor-Freeland has produced eight professional reports, two television interviews and two editorial reports.
Dr. Chancellor-Freeland is most proud of the over 150 stellar students whom she has mentored in her laboratory, 35 of whom have been accepted to medical and doctoral programs nation-wide. Countless others have continued with masters-level graduate training and fifty-nine students of whom have presented their research at professional conferences. Currently Dr. Chancellor-Freeland continues to pursue her passion for neuroscience research topics and for mentoring budding young neuroscientists.