Helen Mizrach is a sophomore at Tufts University pursuing a B.S. in Biopsychology and a minor in Food Systems and Nutrition. She is involved with multiple student groups at Tufts and serves as the new media editor for a peer-reviewed health journal. In the past, Helen has volunteered as a Spanish interpreter in a community health clinic and in the emergency department of a hospital. At MGH, Helen is assisting on several studies, including one looking at the effectiveness of D-cycloserine as a memory booster in behavioral therapy treatment for Body Dysmorphic Disorder, one investigating the effect of intranasal Oxytocin administration on social perception in Body Dysmorphic Disorder, and one examining collecting and goal-oriented behaviors in Hoarding Disorder. After her time as an undergraduate student, she hopes to pursue a career in medicine.