Lindsay Zausmer worked at the University of Michigan School of Public Health as a study coordinator for multiple HBHE Genetics Research Group projects. Lindsay coordinated the Development and Evaluation of an Interactive Website for Women Considering Genetic Testing of Breast and Ovarian Cancer Study, a pilot study that developed an interactive website and studied the effect of the website on women considering genetic testing for breast cancer. She also coordinated the Education About Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI) Study, a pilot study that evaluates a risk communication protocol for MCI patients and family members. Lindsay coordinated the fourth trial of the Risk Evaluation and Education for Alzheimer’s Disease (REVEAL) Study, a randomized controlled trial that examines the impact of disclosing APOE genotype and 3-year risk estimates to persons with MCI and their study partners. Prior to working at the University of Michigan, Lindsay graduated from Emory University with a degree in Sociology and Ethics and focus in Biomedical Ethics.