Lindsey oversees the development, coordination, and evaluation of CCOR’s research and outreach programs.
- Center for Childhood Obesity Research - CCOR
- Staff Advisory Liaison
- Lawton KN, Hess LB, McCarthy HL, Marini ME, McNitt KM, Savage JS. Feasibility of using Facebook to engage SNAP-Ed eligible parents and provide education on eating well on a budget. Digital Health. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health (2022). 19(3):1457. PMID: 35162478.
- Kling SMR, Harris HA, Cook A, Hess LB, Lutcher S, Marini ME, Mowery J, Hayward SB, Sword S, Hassink S, Franceschelli-Hosterman J, Paul IM, Seiler C, Savage JS, Bailey-Davis L. Advanced health information technologies to engage parents, clinicians, and community nutritionists to coordinate responsive parenting. JMIR Parenting and Pediatrics. (2020). 3(2):e22121. PMID: 33231559.
- Bailey-Davis L, Kling SM, Cochran WJ, Hassink S, Hess LB, Franceschelli-Hosterman J, Lutcher S, Marini ME, Mowery JW, Paul IM, Savage JS. Integrating and coordinating care between the Women, Infants, and Children Program and pediatricians to improve patient-centered preventive care for healthy growth. Translational Behavioral Medicine. (2018). 8(6):944-952. PMID: 29370433.
- Savage JS, Kling SM, Cook A, Hess LB, Lutcher S, Marini ME, Mowery J, Hayward S, Hassink S, Hosterman JF, Paul IM, Seiler C, Bailey-Davis L. A Patient-Centered, Coordinated Care Approach Delivered by Community and Pediatric Primary Care Providers to Promote Responsive Parenting: Pragmatic Randomized Clinical Trial Rationale and Protocol. BMC Pediatrics. (2018). 18(1):293
- Paul IM, Savage JS, Anzman-Frasca S, Marini ME, Beiler J, Hess LB, Loken E, Birch LL. Effect of a Responsive Parenting Educational Intervention on Childhood Weight Outcomes at 3 Years of Age: The INSIGHT Randomized Clinical Trial. JAMA Pediatrics. (2018). 320(5):461-468.
- Bailey-Davis L, Kling SM, Cochran WJ, Hassink S, Hess LB, Franceschelli-Hosterman J, Lutcher S, Marini ME, Mowery J, Paul IM, Savage JS. Integrating and coordinating care between the Women, Infants, and Children Program and pediatricians to improve patient-centered preventive care for healthy growth. Translational Behavioral Medicine. (2018).
- Paul IM, Savage JS, Anzman-Frasca SL, Beiler JS, Makova KD, Marini ME, Hess LB, Rzucidlo SE, Verdiglione N, Mindell JA, Birch LL. The Intervention Nurses Start Infants Growing on Healthy Trajectories (INSIGHT) study. BMC Pediatrics (2014). 14:184.
Lindsey, who received her B.S. degree in Biobehavioral Health from Penn State University and her Masters of Public Health from West Chester University, has been employed at the Center since August 2012. Her role has evolved from initially working as a Research Technologist on the INSIGHT research study to managing CCOR’s PA SNAP-Ed funded outreach program to her current role as CCOR’s Lab Manager. This role encompasses both research and outreach responsibilities such as supervising individuals, leading teams, working with internal and external collaborators, submitting funding proposals, preforming administrative tasks related to grants, acting as a liaison with community partners, communicating with external agencies/companies, assisting with data collection, designing responsive parenting intervention materials, maintaining IRB approvals, ensuring compliance, and hiring and onboarding new staff.