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Sandra Lee obtained a PhD in Quantitative Psychology at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill. Prior to her PhD, she earned an SM in public health from Harvard School of Public Health with a focus on epidemiology and the social determinants of health. In-between her PhD and Master’s degree, she worked for a decade in various public health analyst roles conducting applied quantitative and qualitative research aimed at informing public health policy, practice and intervention evaluations. During this time, in addition to conducting traditional health services research and evaluation, she garnered experience in conducting community-based participatory research and formative evaluation. Her quantitative research interests and primary expertise are in the application of longitudinal and time series methods for studying within-person processes and within-person change that may aid practitioners in developing and implementing personalized prevention, treatment and intervention regimens.