Kristen is a doctoral student in the University of Maryland Clinical Psychology Program, working with Dr. Jessica Magidson in the Global Mental Health and Addiction lab. She received a B.A. in Psychology from Middlebury College in 2017. After graduating from college, Kristen spent two years working as a Clinical Research Coordinator in the Behavioral Medicine Program at Massachusetts General Hospital/ Harvard Medical School. Here, she worked on several behavioral intervention studies around HIV prevention and care in South Africa, India, and Zimbabwe, and was a research assistant for the Harvard University Center for AIDS Research Biobehavioral and Community Science Core. Kristen’s current research interests include adapting behavioral interventions for stigmatized populations (e.g., people who use substances, people living with HIV) in resource-limited settings. 

Areas of Interest

  • Global Mental Health
  • Stigma
  • Implementation Science
  • Resource Limited Settings
  • Addiction
  • HIV
  • Clinical Psychology


  • BA
    Middlebury College
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