Graduating Seniors, Class of 2019

Tatyana Bidopia
Senior Thesis: Food for Thought: How Skipping Lunch and Psychiatric Illness Affect Cognition
Post-Graduation Plans: Tatyana will be working as a Clinical Research Specialist for the Duke ADHD Program.
Steph Ng
Senior Thesis: The Clash of Culture and Cuisine: Conflicting Expectations and Disordered Eating in Chinese Adolescent Women
Post-Graduation Plans: Steph will be pursuing a Masters in Psychology in Education within the Department of Counseling and Clinical Psychology of Teachers College at Columbia University, where she plans to continue her research on eating disorders and body image issues in Chinese women.
Julia Nicholas
Senior Thesis: The Weight of Stigma: The Effects of Internalized Weight Bias on Eating Behavior in Young Adults Across the Weight Spectrum
Post-Graduation Plans: Julia will be working for the Duke Department of Psychiatry, with the Division of Child and Family Mental Health and Developmental Neuroscience and the Center for Eating Disorders. Eventually, she plans to pursue a PhD in Clinical Psychology.
Damilola Oke
Senior Thesis: The Company You Keep: The Relationship Between Friendship Qualities and Mental Health 
Post-Graduation Plans: Damilola will be continuing her medical startup research with Duke Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences and working while applying to medical school.

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