Natalia Halpern is from Santiago, Chile and a Clinical Research Coordinator for the Genomics, Risk, and Health Decision-Making Lab. She graduated from Williams College after completing the pre-medical track and a degree in English Literature. She hopes to become a physician for underserved, Spanish speaking populations in the future. At Williams, her research centered on the psychological effects of early adversity in young women, fueling her interest in behavioral research. In her spare time, she enjoys theater, reading fiction, and watching Spanish language television.