Lindsay Weymouth, PhD
UW Population Health Institute
610 Walnut Street, 905 WARF Building
Madison, WI 53726
Lindsay is an Associate Researcher at the Population Health Institute. She received her PhD in Human Development and Family Studies from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2016. She holds an MA in Developmental Psychopathology from Humboldt State University and received her BS in Psychology and Sociology from Northern Michigan University in 2007.
Prior to joining the Institute, Lindsay’s research at the UW-Madison focused on young children with incarcerated parents. She also acted as an outreach specialist with the Family Living Programs at UW-Extension. Before arriving in Wisconsin, Lindsay worked as a researcher at the University of Michigan’s Center for Human Growth and Development, and conducted violence prevention program evaluation at Humboldt State University and community health research through the California Center for Rural Policy. Her research interests include health and developmental disparities, child poverty, and intervention/prevention programs for vulnerable populations.
In her free time, Lindsay enjoys hiking, camping, yoga, and cooking with her husband, Nate, and their dog, Henry.