Myrthe Veenman studied Psychology at the University of Amsterdam. She obtained the research master’s degree with the specialisation Psychological Methods and Statistics, and finished the master track Behavioural Data Science (2020). In September 2020, she started her PhD programme with supervisors Prof. dr. Bernet Elzinga and dr. Eiko Fried in Clinical Psychology at Leiden University. Her PhD is part of the Gravitation project “Communicating Networks”. In her research, she will focus on network analysis of negative and positive affect within and between depressed adolescents over time, and the influence of family interaction.