Emma Racine is Study Supervisor for the Autism and Obsessive Compulsive Spectrum Program with Dr. Eric Hollander. Prior to beginning her tenure with this team, she graduated from Hamilton College in 2011 with honors. She is a member of the Phi Beta Kappa Honor society, and completed an honors thesis for both her sociology and french concentrations. Emma has been working in the field of child development since 2006, when she was an intern at the Early Childhood Center at the Rose F. Kennedy Comprehensive Evaluation and Rehabilitation Center. Since then she has also interned at The New School: Developmental Psychopathology and Attachment Research Lab, where she assisted in clinical and community child assessments. Emma is an experienced research assistant having worked with the Healthy Steps Program and Montefiore; and in the SCAN Lab at Columbia University.