Johanna Hildebrandt is an educational researcher who combines social science and social psychological issues. She is a postdoctoral fellow at the deZIM.lab, which focuses on experimental approaches to integration and migration research. In the European Horizon project EuqalStrength, she conducts field experiments on employment, childcare and housing. She also helps to implement experimental and implicit measures of stereotypes and discrimination in a survey. As a postdoctoral fellow at the Freie Universität Berlin, she is researching stereotypes about (potentially) disadvantaged social groups in schools and their effects on teachers’ behavior, as well as the effects of stereotype threat on students’ behavior. She is particularly interested in the practical relevance of her research.