Dr. Yamamoto is a research psychologist with more than 17 years of experience with research in the preclinical and clinical environment. She has been working in the field of eCOA for 3 years, with focus on training sites and subjects on clinical and patient outcome measures. She has extensive training in clinical assessments, SCID MINI, HDRS, HARS, MADRS, and YMRS. Rinah has expertise in CNS, psychology/psychiatry, depression, suicidal ideation and behavior, anxiety disorders, PTSD, OCD and multiple sclerosis. She is proficient in statistical analysis of behavioral data. She has extensive experience administering, scoring, and training on clinical assessments for clinical trials and is an experienced site rater. Rinah holds a PhD in Experimental Psychology from Tufts University, and completed a post-doctoral fellowship in Behavioral Psychopharmacology at McLean Hospital – Harvard Medical School. She was an instructor in the department of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School for the past 7 years prior to coming to ERT. Dr. Yamamoto has co-authored 14 publications.