MSc in Global Mental Health from London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and King's College London. My research experience includes lab management and research support in a developmental psychobiology lab focusing on the healthy development of the adolescent brain in relation to risk-taking behavior and emotion regulation in adults. I was a research assistant at the Centre for Global Mental Health (IoPPN) under the supervision of Dr. Melanie Abas supporting a multi-international global health grant application as well as multiple smaller research projects and literature reviews. Currently, I am a researcher at George Washington University in DC, in the global mental health lab led by Dr. Brandon Kohrt. Projects I'm involved with include the Identification of Depression in Early Adolescence (IDEA) and EQUIP: Ensuring Quality Psychological Support, a WHO workforce development package for psychological interventions.