Reeda graduated from Harvard College in 2021 with an A.B. in Psychology (Cognitive Neuroscience track). Having a younger sister with ASD, Reeda is passionate about supporting families and children with ASD. She has spent her undergraduate years conducting scientific research, where she helped employ behavioral and neuroscience methods to understand the development of emotion regulation and executive function in toddlers with ASD. In addition, Reeda has supported families of children with neurodevelopmental conditions in the clinical, educational, and foster care settings. Currently, Reeda is a Sara S. Sparrow Fellow in Clinical Neuroscience in the McPartland Lab. In the future, she hopes to pursue a career in child and adolescent psychiatry, and to serve as a physician advocate for children with neurodevelopmental conditions from underserved communities.
Education & Training
- ABHarvard College, Psychology (Cognitive Neuroscience Track) (2021)