Clinical Psychology Doctoral Student
Sage is a 4th year PhD candidate in Duke’s clinical psychology program. She is interested in researching pain and symptom burden to better inform the development of cognitive behavioral interventions in adolescents and young adults with cancer and chronic medical conditions. Sage also conducts research with the Duke Teen and Young Adult Oncology Program. Before coming to Duke, Sage worked as a research coordinator for Children's Hospital Los Angeles' Biobehavioral Pain Laboratory. Sage completed a B.A. in Psychology at Pitzer College in 2016. Outside the lab, Sage enjoys exploring the woods with her Bernedoodle, Rooney, and playing the drums.