Elizabeth Glaeser, BS, Research Assistant
Ms. Elizabeth (Lizzie) Glaeser is a Research Assistant at the IDEAS Center whose work here is primarily dedicated to the Family-to-Family (F2F) study. She is a 2012 graduate of New York University, earning a B.S. in Applied Psychology, with minors in Gender and Sexuality studies and Child and Adolescent Mental Health. She is interested in pursuing graduate work in clinical psychology and is especially interested in working with populations negotiating identity, specifically, LGBT and refugee populations. She has experience working in research with Bellevue's Survivor of Torture Program, GenFamNYC, a network of gender variant youth providers in NYC, and the Center for Health, Identity, Behavior and Prevention Studies, a nationally recognized center for the study of health behaviors with a focus on behavioral research in the fields of HIV and substance use. She enjoys international travel, brunch, West African fabrics, and casual non-profit work.