Lindsay is a third-year graduate student in the Brain, Behavior, and Cognition program. She completed her undergrad at Duke University in May 2012 with a B.S. in Psychology and a minor in Neuroscience. After completing a senior honors thesis with the Laboratory of NeuroGenetics under Dr. Ahmad Hariri, Lindsay moved to St. Louis with Dr. Bogdan to work as the BRAIN Lab manager for two years. After joining the graduate program in 2014, she completed her M.A. in 2016 and is currently working toward proposing her dissertation. Lindsay’s current research focuses on neurobiological and environmental risk factors for bipolar disorder and depression. In her free time, Lindsay rides horses competitively, attends lots of local punk and hardcore shows, does ballet, and plays the flute.