Noor is a third year student in the clinical psychology program. She graduated from the University of Maryland in 2016, with a B.S. in Psychology and a Minor in Neuroscience. As an undergraduate, she completed an honor thesis with Dr. De Los Reyes regarding the psychometric properties of a safety seeking behaviors measure when administered to parents and adolescents. Following graduation, she was the lab coordinator for Dr. Jonathan Beier's Lab for Early Social Cognition, where she assisted in both behavioral and eye tracking studies examining how children develop key social behaviors, including helping, resource allocation, and dominance recognition. She was also the chief participant recruiter for the Infant and Child Studies consortium, where she specialized in developing relationships with local communities and effectively communicating to families about child development research. Her research interests include examining the intersection between physiological processes and the experience of social anxiety, the development of novel assessment tools that capitalize on multi-modality, and identifying antecedents of externalizing behaviors as they relate to adolescent social anxiety.