Anna Garner is the clinic coordinator for the SUCCEEDS clinic at the University of Maryland, College Park. Prior to working at the UMD, she graduated with Bachelor’s degrees from the University of Wyoming in Psychology and Sociology, where she worked on research related to interventions for college student ADHD and completed a senior thesis examining the impact of parenthetical additions to the diagnostic criteria for ADHD on college student symptom endorsement. She graduated with an MA from the University of Northern Iowa, where her master’s thesis research focused on ADHD and non-suicidal self-injury in the transition to college. Broadly speaking, her research interests include the developmental trajectory of ADHD from a lifespan perspective, other disruptive behaviors disorders, and comorbid internalizing symptoms from childhood through emerging adulthood; the impact of ADHD and comorbid internalizing symptomology on transitions across development; sex and gender differences in the clinical presentation of ADHD and co-occurring disorders; and dissemination and implementation of evidence-based treatments for ADHD. Anna plans to pursue a Ph.D. in clinical or school psychology.