Christina Hopkins

Doctoral student

Christina is a current graduate student in the Duke Clinical Psychology Ph.D. program. Originally from South Jersey, Christina received her B.S. from University of the Sciences in Philadelphia. Before coming to Duke, Christina worked as Clinical Research Coordinator in the Center for Weight and Eating Disorders at University of Pennsylvania. She is interested in refining evidence-based weight management interventions, with a particular focus on addressing weight bias and other barriers to weight management. Christina’s c.v. is (mostly) up-to-date on her website: www.christinamhopkins.com.

When not working, Christina can be found knitting and/or reconsidering the best song to sing at karaoke.

In Christina’s words:

Dream travel destination: the Moon!

Finish this sentence: If I wasn’t working in global digital science, I would be… running a yarn/coffee/bookshop.

Favorite iPhone apps: Streaks, for tracking; IFTTT, for automating; Paprika, for cooking; Buddhify, for meditating. I could go on for hours.