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Elizabeth Claydon

Ph.D. Candidate, Social & Behavioral Sciences

Elizabeth Claydon is a PhD candidate in Social & Behavioral Sciences in the School of Public Health. Her current research looks at the inter-generational transmission of eating disorders and dieting behavior with a particular focus on transmission to girls. She aims through her research and in her role on this committee to help empower and improve the lives of girls and women and combat the many concerns they face.