Corinne is a clinical psychology doctoral student at Virginia Tech. She received her B.S. in Psychology and Biology from Florida State University (FSU) in 2017. While completing her undergraduate degree, Corinne gained experience with behavioral neuroscience and psychophysiological methodologies in order to investigate biological correlates of anxiety disorders. After graduating, she became a clinical research assistant at FSU where she worked on various studies examining the efficacy of computerized treatments for anxiety disorders. Currently, her research interests focus on the following themes in Social Anxiety Disorder (SAD): 1) understanding affective reward-based mechanisms that influence treatment effectiveness; 2) identifying the biological bases for the etiology and maintenance; and 3) informing evidence-based treatments. While in the SCANLAB, Corinne is interested in learning new research methodologies and to further her understanding of mechanistic influences of the reward circuit in SAD.