Young Suh, MS
Young Suh is a Research Associate at the Rudd Center for Food Policy & Obesity at Yale University. Young received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and Economics from Cornell University and her Master of Science degree in Social and Behavioral Sciences with an Obesity Epidemiology and Prevention Concentration from the Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH). Prior to joining the Rudd Center, Young worked with the HSPH Prevention Research Center to evaluate the cost-effectiveness of childhood obesity interventions. Young is interested in obesity prevention and intervention efforts, particularly those that promote sustainable health behavior changes in child and adolescent populations. At the Rudd Center, she works with Deputy Director Rebecca Puhl on research and policy initiatives to reduce weight bias.