Zoë Laky graduated from Bryn Mawr College in 2019 with a B.A. in Psychology and a minor in Child and Family Studies. At Bryn Mawr, she received departmental honors for a year-long senior thesis using ecological momentary assessment to measure racism vigilance and subclinical cardiovascular disease. In addition, Zoë worked as a research assistant in Dr. Laurel M. Peterson’s health psychology laboratory, focusing on social attitudes towards male hormonal contraception, and spent a semester working in Dr. Angela Duckworth’s Character Lab, where she studied motivation. Currently, she is responsible for coordinating studies on the development and testing of smartphone-based treatments for psychiatric disorders. After her time at MGH, Zoë plans to pursue a doctoral degree in clinical psychology. Broadly, her research interests include transdiagnostic properties of obsessive and compulsive-related disorders, trauma and stressor-related disorders, and the use of technology in monitoring and studying behavior.