Anna Baglione is a Ph.D. student in the Sensing Systems for Health Lab at the University of Virginia, advised by Dr. Laura Barnes. Her research focuses on increasing user engagement in novel interventions for mental health. Anna received her B.S. in computer science and engineering from Ohio State University, and her M.S. in informatics from Indiana University. While working with Drs. Patrick Shih and James Clawson at IU, Anna focused on how grieving individuals use technology throughout the bereavement journey. The team presented their paper “Modern Bereavement: A Model for Complicated Grief in the Digital Age” at CHI 2018 (Human-Computer Interaction) in Montreal. More recently, Anna has co-authored several papers on the relationship between digital text communications in mental health, and on how mobile sensors can be used to detect health states.