After obtaining her Master degree in Psychology at the University of Cologne, Lisa is now a first-year PhD student at the Leibniz Institute for Psychology, an open science institute located in Germany. In her PhD, she focuses on preregistration and registered reports in psychology. Additionally, she works on a research project focusing on screen recordings as a documentation tool to increase reproducibility of experimental procedures. This enables her to combine her three passions: statistics, programming, and open science. She hopes to contribute towards the open science movement and make a change into the direction of a more transparent and reproducible science.