Hannah Smilansky, B.S. graduated from Vanderbilt University in 2018 with a B.S. in Child Development and minors in Quantitative Methods and Spanish. While at Vanderbilt, she conducted an independent honors thesis examining children’s facial affect during early intervention for autism spectrum disorder. Specifically, she investigated whether children’s level of enjoyment of an intervention varied by its framework and time intensity. Hannah also spent a summer interning at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) as part of the CHOP Research Institute Summer Scholars Program. At CHOP, she worked as a research assistant for Dr. Judith Miller at the Center for Autism Research, where she studied sex differences in early autism screening. She has also served as a research assistant in the Technology and Psychopathology Lab at Vanderbilt and at the School Mental Health Assessment, Research, & Training Center at the University of Washington. At MGH, Hannah works with Dr. Daniel Geller on pediatric OCD and Tourette’s studies. After her time at MGH, she hopes to pursue a Ph.D. in nursing or clinical psychology.