Rachel Levin (she/her)
Rachel Levin (she/her) graduated from Williams College in 2019 with a B.A. in Psychology. She currently works as a clinical research coordinator at Massachusetts General Hospital on studies examining short-term risk factors for suicide and self-harm in adolescents. In the Stress and Development Lab, Rachel works with Dr. Maya Rosen on the OCEAN study, administering academic achievement tests to 5- and 6-year-olds. Her primary interests include elucidating the mechanisms through which psychopathology and other negative outcomes emerge in children and adolescents after a traumatic experience. She hopes to obtain a PhD in Clinical Psychology to pursue these interests. Outside of the lab, Rachel loves to bike along the Charles, bake, and read.