Nandini Datta, B.S.

Clinical Psychology Doctoral Student

 

Nandini is a third year graduate student in Duke's clinical psychology program. Her research focuses primarily on the impact of interpersonal impairment in Anorexia Nervosa. She is currently working on (1) a qualitative coding study that investigates friendships in individuals with Anorexia, and (2) a study looking at the effectiveness of a meal replacement shake and it's impact on food preoccupations. Prior to moving to Durham, she worked at Stanford's Eating Disorder Lab as a research assistant. Originally from California, she dearly misses 365 days of sun, but has enjoyed the distinct four seasons Durham offers. She enjoys an occasional chilled glass of Chardonnay, netflix binges, and her 5 lb yorkie-poo, Bailey

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