Lindsey is a Neuroscientist in the Neuro-AI and Connectomics section of the Intelligent Systems Center at Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab. She has a
Ph.D. in Psychological and Brain Sciences and Cognitive Science from Indiana University, an M.Sc. in Palaeoanthropology and Palaeolithic Archaeology from the Institute of Archaeology at UCL, as well as an interdisciplinary B.A. in Anthropology and Cognitive Science from Indiana University.
August 2020 - Joined APL as a senior neuroscientist!
July 2020 - Defended Ph.D. dissertation!
Oct 2019 - Attended the Grace Hopper Celebration in Orlando, Florida!
May 2019 - Hired to be the new 3D printing and Design lead intern for IU's Center of Excellence for Women in Technology!
September 2018 - Featured in a small article about my research and use of IU's high performance computing!
September 2018 - Received commendation for "outstanding performance and scholarship" during my qualifying examination.
September 2018 - Paper accepted for presentation at the Shape in Medical Imaging Workshop at MICCAI 2018! The paper will also be published through the conference proceedings. Also received the IUB Provost’s Travel Award for Women in Science for travel to this conference. Publication can be found here. PDF available here!
April 2018 - Won First Place in the Health and Behavioral Sciences category of the IU CEWiT Women's Research Poster Competition
2017: 2 posters and 1 talk accepted for presentation at 3 conferences in spring 2017! Lindsey will be presenting at the Society for American Archaeology's annual meeting, the Paleoanthropology Society's annual meeting, and the American Association for Physical Anthropologist's annual meeting. View posters in the Research Section.
April 2016 - Awarded a year-long fellowship in Evolution of Human Cognition for the 2016-2017 year. The fellowship is part of the Templeton Foundation Grant awarded to faculty of the IU Cognitive Science program.
April 2016 - Awarded the Richard McFall Summer Research Award for "outstanding performance in psychological research and NSF proposal" by the IU Psychological and Brain Sciences Department
Dec. 2015 - Made the Dean's List for UCL Faculty of Social and Historical Sciences
Nov. 2015 - Awarded a UCL Institute of Archaeology Master's Prize for Outstanding Dissertations
Nov. 2015 - Awarded Distinction for M.Sc. dissertation "Asymmetry of the Modern Human Endocranium".
Aug. 2015 - Started Ph.D. at Indiana University.