Dalton Klare graduated from Texas State University with a B.A. in Psychology and M.A. in Psychological Research. His master’s thesis examined substance use in college students based on dimensions of sexual orientation and has published research aimed at understanding disparities for sexual minority people in areas of prescription drug misuse, social media use, and IO psychology. His interests are broadly in quantitative, clinical, and health psychology. He was previously a statistics instructor in graduate school, a clinical research coordinator while working in dermatology, and a data specialist for a global startup company. He wants to gain valuable experience with clinical data management and data analysis while working with the Center for OCD and Related Disorders and hopes to one day pursue a quantitative focused PhD program and concentrate on applied quantitative approaches to complex research questions.