Katie Lindstrom

Katie Lindstrom


  • Bachelor of Science in Business Adminstration (Webber International University, 2014)
  • Master of Arts in Communication Studies (University of Louisiana at Monroe, 2016)
  • Master of Science in Health Behavior (University of Florida, 2019)
  • PhD in Health and Human Performance (University of Florida, 2017-current)

Research interests:

  • Behavioral economics and health research; dissertation focusing on the influence of nudging and grocery store food purchasing behaviors 


  • “Behavioral Economic Indicators of Risky Drinking Among Community-Dwelling Emerging Adults.” Tucker, J., Lindstrom, K., Chandler, S., Bacon, J., Cheong, J. Psychology of Addictive Behaviors (2021) 
  • “Utility of Digital Respondent Driven Sampling to Recruit Community-Dwelling Emerging Adults for Assessment of Drinking and Related Risks.” Tucker, J., Bacon, J., Chandler, S., Lindstrom, K., Cheong, J. Addictive Behaviors (2020) 
  • “Utility of Different Dimensional Properties of Drinking Practices to Predict Stable Low-risk Drinking Outcomes of Natural Recovery Attempts.” Cheong, J., Lindstrom, K., Chandler, S., Tucker, J. Addictive Behaviors (2020)

Awards and honors:

  • Graduate School Funding Award Fellowship Recipient, UF College of Health and Human Performance (2017-2021)
  • Certified Health Education Specialist CHES, National Commission for Health Education Credentialing (2019)
  • President-Health and Human Performance Graduate Organization, UF HHP (2019-2020)
  • NIAAA/NIDA Early Career Invesitgator Award Winner, American Psychological Associational Annual Meeting (2020)

Favorite thing about HEB and/or UF:

  • There is nothing like being a Gator and surrounded by a network for fellow students and alumni that support you.