Constanza is a Ph.D. student in the Psychology department at Harvard University. Her doctoral research leverages mobile technology and intensive longitudinal designs to study life stress and its effects on emotions and behaviors like sleep and socializing. Ultimately, Constanza’s research seeks to explain how people’s responses to various stressors relate to their health and wellbeing, and how this knowledge might inform individualized and timely approaches to care. Constanza is also interested in science and technology policy, and her research in this explores how emerging digital technologies can be harnessed to support individuals’ health and wellbeing while mitigating risks of harm. Prior to starting her Ph.D., Constanza got her B.A. in Psychology from Harvard College and subsequently worked at a Harvard neuroscience research lab managing the Human Connectome Project in Development, a NIH-funded brain study charting age-related changes in brain network properties in children, adolescents, and adults.

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