Eliza Davidson graduated from Northeastern University in 2016 with a B.S. in Psychology. While at Northeastern, Eliza served as a research assistant in Lifespan Emotional Development Lab on a study examining context-dependent emotion perception in younger and older adults. At the LED Lab, Eliza also aided in conducting a meta-analysis evaluating the efficacy of various emotion and mood regulation strategies. During her time as an undergraduate, Eliza spent a summer as a volunteer at in-patient treatment facility for women with eating disorders. Eliza completed a 6 month co-op at the Center for Early Detection and Assessment of Risk for Psychosis (C.E.D.A.R.) Clinic at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. While at C.E.D.A.R., Eliza assisted on a Cognitive Enhancement Therapy and Social Skills Building Intervention for adolescents. During her final co-op, Eliza served as a clinical research assistant at the OCD and Related Disorders Program assisting on an NIMH-funded cross-site study examining two types of treatments for Body Dysmorphic Disorder. At MGH, Eliza is involved with studies investigating treatment for BDD as well as two studies examining the effects of the hormone Oxytocin on social cognition in individuals with OC -spectrum disorders. After her time at MGH, Eliza plans to pursue a doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology.