Lindsay Hoyt is interested in social, psychological, and behavioral contributions to positive health and wellness. In particular, her work examines positive health across adolescence, a sensitive period of development when individual experiences can have longstanding effects on lifelong health. In her dissertation, she explores the relationship between positive psychological well-being, pubertal timing, and biomarkers of stress and health. As a Robert Wood Johnson Health & Society Scholar, she will be seeking new methods to measure and promote positive health for youth. Lindsay is a strong proponent of multidisciplinary and policy-relevant research. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Notre Dame, with a double major is Psychology and Peace Studies. She is currently a doctoral candidate at Northwestern University in the Department of Human Development and Social Policy, as well as an active member of Cells to Society (C2S): The Center on Social Disparities and Health at the Institute for Policy Research. Lindsay also enjoys a number of activities that promote her own well-being, especially running, photography, and hiking.
EDUCATION & TRAINING
Expected 2013 Human Development and Social Policy
Ph.D. Candidate, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL
2007-2010, uman Development and Social Policy
M.A.Northwestern University, Evanston, IL
2001-2005, B.A., cum laude,
Major: Psychology and Peace Studies,University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN
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CONTACT INFORMATIONCenter for Health and Community
University of California at San Francisco
3333 California, Suite 465
Campus Box 0844
San Francisco, CA 94143-0844
E-mail: [email protected]
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