Dylan Abrams graduated from the University of Southern California in 2016 with a B.A. in psychology. During his time at USC, Dylan was a member of the Center for Research on Crime under the direction of Dr. Karen Hennigan. As a member of the Center, Dylan examined group identity dynamics and their influences on participation/membership in youth street gangs. For his honors thesis, he investigated the relationship between gang identity, gang crime and perceptions of law enforcement in Los Angeles. In addition to this research, Dylan has completed research internships at the NASA Psychophysiology Lab and the Rhode Island Department of Corrections, as well as a clinical internship at Eleanor Slater Psychiatric Hospital. At MGH, Dylan is involved with studies related to OCD treatment through BT, CBT and TMS. After his time at MGH, Dylan hopes to pursue a doctoral degree in clinical psychology.