Audrey is originally from Wisconsin in the US and moved to Edinburgh in 2015. She holds a BSc in Psychology and Biology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and a Master of Public Health degree from the University of Edinburgh. Previously she has worked in lab-based psychobiological research, science outreach, and applied asthma research.
Audrey’s interests mainly lie in developing and evaluating complex public health interventions, using evidence-based and participatory approaches. Her PhD project is funded by Diabetes UK and involves developing and evaluating a physical activity intervention for women with gestational diabetes using 6SQuID methodology. Her PhD supervisors are Ruth Jepson and Alison Kirk (University of Strathclyde). She enjoys hillwalking, rock climbing, and reading in her free time.