Sarah Lord, PhD, is a clinical-developmental psychologist and Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at Geisel School of Medicine. Dr. Lord’s work focuses on the development, evaluation and sustainable implementation of evidence-based therapeutic approaches to treatment of substance use and mental health conditions, with particular focus on ways to leverage digital technologies to increase access to care. Other current research projects include development and testing of a yoga-mindfulness intervention for pregnant women with opioid use disorder, and an implementation study to adapt a digital care management platform to facilitate delivery of Assertive Community Treatment to individuals with serious psychiatric disability and co-occurring substance use disorders. As a clinical psychologist, Dr. Lord brings a patient-centered and community-engagement perspective to all of her work. As director of the Dissemination and Implementation Core of the Center for Technology and Behavioral Health, Dr. Lord brings an implementation science lens to translation of evidence-based care into broad practice. In her free time, she enjoys cooking and eating with friends and family, yoga, kayaking, skiing, hiking, and dancing and singing anywhere.