Sarah Miller graduated from Dartmouth College in 2019 with a B.A. in Neuroscience and a minor in Biological Anthropology. At Dartmouth, Sarah worked in Dr. David Bucci’s lab studying the neurobiology of learning and memory, with a specific focus on animal models of clinical populations. For her honors thesis, Sarah examined the effects of physical exercise on the cognitive symptoms of schizophrenia. Sarah is ultimately interested in how learning and behavioral changes such as physical exercise and mindfulness-based treatments can drive symptom reduction and help people with psychiatric conditions. At MGH, Sarah studies the efficacy of mindfulness treatment for tic reduction and CBT-driven neural changes in OCD patients, among other things. After MGH, Sarah hopes to pursue a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology.