Fellows Society Current Graduate Fellow: Isis Chen

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Isis Chen

Hometown: Shanghai, China

Fall 2019 - present

PhD in Clinical Psychology

Legacy Fellowship


Educational/Professional Background

I received a B.A in psychology and neuroscience from Wesleyan University in 2015 and an M.A. in clinical psychology from Northwestern University in 2018. Before coming to FSU, I worked as a research assistant at Weill Cornell Medicine, Northwestern Feinberg School of Medicine, and Chicago Psychiatry Associates.


Research and Teaching Interests, or Professional Field

My research goal focuses on the mass reduction of psychopathology with the use of technology. Ultimately, I hope to develop and disseminate data-driven, technology-based interventions that are effective, scalable, and affordable.


Experience as A Graduate Student at FSU

Working with my current mentor and my labmates is one of the best experiences I had in my research work. I love this intellectual-stimulating but incredibly supportive environment.


Experience as A Member of The Fellows Society

I enjoyed the social gathering and research sharing events. Getting to know people with different expertise has given me many fresh perspectives viewing things.


Future Plans/Aspirations

I am hoping to turn my research into helpful products to benefit large amount of people in need.


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