Lindsey graduated from Smith College in 2022 with an A.B. in Neuroscience and a minor in Applied Statistics. During her time as an undergraduate student, Lindsey worked in neuropsychology and psychophysiology research labs, including an internship at the Human Neurobehavioral Core Service at Boston Children’s Hospital (BCH). She also completed a senior honors thesis, under the supervision of Dr. Ellen Hanson at BCH, on the relationships between socioeconomic status and self-injurious behaviors in children with ASD which received a designation of High Honors. Currently, Lindsey is a Sara S. Sparrow Fellow in Clinical Neuroscience in the McPartland Lab. She hopes to pursue a career as a clinical child psychologist with the goal of improving the well-being of children with developmental disabilities and chronic illnesses, and reducing the barriers that these children and their families face.
Education & Training
- ABSmith College, Neuroscience (2022)