Hannah Hopkins, B.A.
Project Lead, Duke Center for Eating Disorders
Hannah Hopkins is a recent graduate of Duke University, where she majored in psychology and minored in art history. She worked in the Duke Center for Eating Disorders as an undergraduate volunteer and completed an independent thesis project during her senior year investigating the link between depressive rumination and binge eating. She is currently working as the lab manager and clinical trials assistant in the lab before returning to school for a master’s in social work beginning in the fall of 2016. She hails from a rural community in southern Maine originally, but moved to downtown Memphis, TN when she was 18. She now considers herself a fully-fledged Durhamite. Her hobbies include running and volleyball, volunteering at a local homeless shelter, fantasy books, and showering her hamster in unreciprocated affection.