Dr. Aneni is an Instructor of Clinical Child Psychiatry in the Yale Child Study Center. She received fellowship training in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at Yale. Dr. Aneni’s research focuses on investigating how digital technology can be used to improve access to care, assess high risk behaviors/symptoms, and deliver prevention interventions for substance use among adolescents. Dr. Aneni was recently awarded the Yale Center for Clinical Investigation (YCCI) scholar award and received an NIH Diversity Supplement to the NIH-NIDA HEAL project at the play2PREVENT lab which focuses on addressing opioid misuse among youth in school-based health centers. At the play2PREVENT Lab, Dr. Aneni is investigating the impact of family level and race/ethnicity factors on the outcomes of PlaySMART, the lab’s opioid misuse prevention game. She is also exploring game-based digital biomarkers for adolescent substance use that could translate into early identification and delivery of prevention interventions among high-risk adolescents.