Research Coordinator, Stanford Computational Psychology & Wellbeing Lab
Megan Reynolds currently serves as the Research Coordinator for the Stanford Computational Psychology & Wellbeing Lab, where she works with Professor Johannes Eichstaedt. The lab’s primary focus is using AI and NLP on language data from Facebook and Twitter to measure the psychological states of large populations and individuals, in an effort to determine the thoughts, emotions, and behaviors that drive illness, depression, or support well-being. Prior to her role at Stanford, Megan spent time in business development and financial roles at healthcare technology start-ups and financial institutions. She received her B.A. in Biomedical Engineering from Harvard University and her M.B.A from Harvard Business School.