Isis is a first-year graduate student in the Clinical Psychology Ph.D. program at FSU. She is an international student original from Shanghai, China. Isis received her B.A in psychology and neuroscience from Wesleyan University in 2015 and her M.A. in clinical psychology from Northwestern University in 2018. At FSU, Isis is working in the TAP lab with Dr. Joe Franklin. Her research goal focuses on the mass reduction of psychopathology with the use of technology. Ultimately, she hopes to develop and disseminate data-driven, technology-based interventions that are effective, scalable, and affordable. Currently, Isis is using virtual reality to investigate the reasoning for suicide method choice. She is planning to integrate machine learning into her future research work and considering pursuing the dual degree program with an additional master in statistics. Isis is a recipient of the Legacy Fellowship and a member of the Fellows Society.