Caroline graduated from the University of Georgia in 2020 with a M.S. in applied behavior analysis and a B.S. in psychology - neuroscience. Caroline has spent time working in basic and clinical research laboratories studying infant development, rare genetic disorders related to autism spectrum disorder, and the gut-brain axis. She has also worked in clinic and model classroom treatment settings with children with autism and intellectual disability who display severe problem behavior. Currently, Caroline is a Sara S. Sparrow Fellow in Clinical Neuroscience in the McPartland Lab. In the future, she hopes to integrate clinical care and research in a career in neurodevelopmental pediatrics.