Meghan Vinograd graduated with honors from Stanford University in June of 2011 with a degree in Psychology. Meghan was an undergraduate research assistant in the Mood and Anxiety Disorders Laboratory and started as a full-time research assistant in July of 2011. As an undergraduate, Meghan completed projects examining heart rate variability and heartbeat detection using psychophysiological and neuroimaging data. Her honors thesis was titled “Neural activation in healthy girls at risk for depression during a heartbeat detection task.” As a full-time research assistant, she conducts clinical interviews, runs fMRI scans and helps coordinate the Stanford Mother Daughter Study. She plans to pursue a PhD in Clinical Psychology, and use this degree toward a career as a practicing clinician and professor. When not thinking about psychology, she enjoys doing yoga, watching San Francisco Giants games and taking naps.