Kalina graduated from the University of Pennsylvania in 2012 with a B.A. in neuroscience and psychology. During her time as an undergraduate, she assisted on research examining the neural control of feeding behavior. Her senior honors thesis investigated the effect of leptin administration in the hindbrain on food intake. Kalina Eneva is a fifth year graduate student in the clinical psychology program, with a specialization in neuroscience. She is currently on internship at Miami Childrens, pursuing her life’s dream of becoming a child neuropsychologist. Her master’s project investigated parasympathetic nervous system activity in women with binge eating disorder, along with the effects of a negative mood induction on interpersonal problem solving. Kalina’s dissertation examined the neuropsychological functioning of overweight women with and without Binge-eating disorder.