Kaley Neugebauer graduated from Trinity University in San Antonio in 2016 with a B.S.in Neuroscience and a minor in Psychology. While at Trinity, she worked on a clinical psychology research study assessing the efficacy of a body positivity exercise on college-age women’s attitudes towards their bodies.
Upon graduating, Kaley was hired by the University of Southern California to work as a research assistant on a women’s health study on the west side of San Antonio. It was through her work on this project that Kaley took an interest in health policy and disparities in healthcare.
Kaley started her Master’s in Bioscience and Health Policy at Rice University in the fall of 2018, hoping to use her background in bioscience to better inform future health policy decisions. Kaley secured an internship with Baylor College of Medicine, and was hired after graduation.