Shafi Rubbani is a Clinical Research Assistant with the Ressler Lab. He works on the Psychometrics at McLean study recruiting participants and collecting MRI, EEG, and survey data. His personal project involves analyzing self-report symptom measures for patterns that could predict biological correlates of psychopathology and treatment outcomes. Shafi’s research interests include transdiagnostic mechanisms of mental illness and their implications for conceptualization and treatment. He aims to go to grad school to study clinical psychology. Prior to joining the Ressler lab, Shafi was a research assistant at the Stress & Development Lab. He earned his B.A. in neuroscience with a secondary in psychology from Harvard College.