Dr. Nina Wong Sarver received her doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the University of Central Florida, and completed her NIMH-sponsored T32 predoctoral internship at the Charleston Consortium (Medical University of South Carolina). She joined the Center for Anxiety and Related Disorders at Boston University as a postdoctoral research fellow in August 2013. Currently a member of Dr. David Barlow’s transdiagnostic research treatment team, she primarily investigates the efficacy of The Unified Protocol for emotional disorders. Her broad academic and clinical research interests include: 1) the assessment and psychopathology of anxiety and related disorders, and 2) the development and dissemination of theoretically-driven efficacious cognitive-behavioral treatments for children and adults with emotional disorders. More specifically, her ongoing research interests focus on the use of technology to enhance clinical practice, research, and dissemination.