Sanjana Ravi is a fourth-year doctoral student in the Clinical Psychology program at Vanderbilt University. She graduated from the University of Washington–Seattle with a BS in Psychology and BA in Early Childhood and Family Studies. She worked for two years as a Postbaccalaureate Research Assistant at the Child Development Lab at University of Maryland–College Park managing a longitudinal research project examining infant brain and behavior development in relation to the development of anxiety disorders. Sanjana is interested in the ways in which environmental factors such as, stress and caregiving impact young children’s brain and behavior development to better identify timing and targets for interventions that serve this population. Sanjana is originally from Singapore and appreciates exploring new cities. In her free time, she enjoys doing CrossFit and spending time with her dog, Mowgli!