Perry is a Research Project Manager at the Duke Global Health Institute and serves as Associate Director of the Duke Obesity Prevention Program. In this capacity, she coordinates research studies that incorporate new media interventions for obesity prevention in high-risk populations and manages administration of the lab. Perry graduated from Duke University with a bachelors degree in Psychology and Women's Studies and received Masters in Public Health and Masters in Social Work degrees from Columbia University. Perry is a lifelong Dukie who is inspired by intervention research and really enjoys working with a great team to address obesity prevention and women's health issues.
To start a conversation with me, ask me: About my son, Lachlan. I could go on all day long!
Recent book I read: Gone Girl, by Gillian Flynn. Smart and creepy - I really liked it.