Katerina is an undergraduate student at Harvard University, majoring in Neuroscience and Global Health and Health Policy. In the past, she has conducted computational research on the construction of metabolic network models for macrophages, as well as wet lab research on the mechanisms responsible for the repeat instability in Huntington’s Disease. Her courses in neuroscience and psychology sparked her interest in neuropsychiatry and led her to pursue clinical research. She is an intern in the Division of Neuropsychiatry and Neuromodulation. Katerina is originally from Greece and enjoys playing volleyball, reading, and spending time with friends.