Hilary Skov graduated from Emmanuel College in 2015 with a bachelor’s degree in Health and Rehabilitation Science. Hilary is interested in the biological and environmental factors that contribute to children’s emotional development, and how these factors can be used to predict or treat patient outcomes. She lived and worked in Indonesia for one year on a Fulbright fellowship, teaching, disseminating, and implementing evidence-based stress management practices for high school students both in the school and in the home. As a Research Assistant with Dr. John Weisz’s lab, Hilary coordinates the neuroimaging component of the School Outcomes of Integrative Mental Health Services (CARES Project). She plans to pursue a doctoral degree in clinical psychology.