Jesslyn graduated from University of Minnesota in 2017 with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and two minors in Neuroscience and Management. As a member of the Psychosis Human Connectome Project (P-HCP), she operated 3T and 7T MRI scanners to collect brain imaging data. She also assisted in recruitment and data collection for the Neural Functioning in Youth (NF-Y) study. Jesslyn's research interests revolve around the neurobiological systems for stress (e.g. HPA axis, limbic-forebrain circuitry) and social cognition among affective and psychosis populations. She is now a Ph.D. student in Clinical Psychology at SUNY Albany and is a lab alumnus.