Isaac Mirzadegan is a third-year graduate student in the clinical psychology doctoral program at Florida State University, working under the mentorship of Dr. Alexandria Meyer. His research focuses on parenting interventions for anxiety, parental engagement and parent education, dissemination and implementation science, and increasing equity in clinical psychology. He is involved in the graduate student-led organization, DiSSECT (Dismantling Systemic Shortcomings in Education and Clinical Training).
Prior to attending graduate school, Isaac graduated from UCLA in 2016 with a bachelor’s degree in Psychology and a minor in Society and Genetics. At UCLA, he worked in Dr. Janet Tomiyama’s Dieting, Stress, and Health (DiSH) Lab as well as Dr. Michelle Craske’s Anxiety and Depression Research Center. After graduating, he worked as a research coordinator in Dr. Allison Harvey’s Golden Bear Sleep and Mood Research Clinic at UC Berkeley, managing a large, community-based sleep treatment study. His non-research interests include capoeira, comedy, dancing, backpacking, and tending to his exceptionally needy cat, Luna.