Joe Grochowalski is a psychometrician at the College Board and adjunct faculty in the graduate psychology program at New York University and the Gabelli Business School at Fordham University. His research spans educational psychology and neuropsychological cognitive assessment, in which he focuses on topics of clinical skills measurement in medical education, measuring change, aligning psychometric assessment with structural neuroimaging, and detecting aberrant responding on psychometric assessments. His current work includes developing methods for detecting group cheating on standardized assessment, detecting latent psychometric profiles in structural imaging in Alzheimer's populations, and identifying latent residual response patterns in depression scales that affect score reliability and validity. In addition to his background in psychology, Joe also has graduate degrees in applied sociology with concentrations in socialization and consumer behavior, and worked in media market research for six years. He also is former acting director of the Children and Youth Studies Program at Brooklyn College, where he taught undergraduate courses in children's rights and children's media research. Outside of academia and industry, Joe was a professional musician for 10 years and spends his spare time now as a portrait painter.