Lindsey Potter is a doctoral candidate in Biobehavioral Health and a pre-doctoral fellow in the Prevention and Methodology Training program at Penn State. She received her B.S. in Biobehavioral Health from Penn State University and her M.P.H. from Drexel University. Her research focuses broadly on the impact of self-reported discrimination on stress and health behaviors such as substance use and physical activity. Lindsey is specifically interested in examining the dynamic nature of this relationship in real time and natural settings using ecological momentary assessment. Lindsey hopes to continue in academia by completing a post-doctoral fellowship, then acquiring a tenure-track position at a research institution.