Dr. Lindsay Kobayashi is a social epidemiologist who uses large population-based datasets to research cognitive and other aging outcomes in older cancer survivors and general older populations across several country contexts.
Dr. Kobayashi’s research incorporates life course perspectives on cognitive and other aging outcomes. Her research considers life course mechanisms of social inequalities in health outcomes, primarily those to involving education, literacy, and cancer-preventive behaviors, incorporating biological, psychological, and social processes that affect health in later-life.
Dr. Kobayashi completed a David E. Bell Postdoctoral Fellowship at the Harvard Center for Population and Development Studies at the Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health. She holds a PhD in Epidemiology and Public Health from University College London, UK, and an MSc in Epidemiology (Cancer Research Specialization) from Queen’s University, Canada.