Gayane Baziyants

Joint Doctoral Student at the Sanford School of Public Policy and Psychology & Neuroscience

Gayane Baziyants is a joint Ph.D. student of public policy and psychology & neuroscience. At Duke, she is examining the impacts of child and family policies. Specifically, Gayane is researching ways of supporting children’s development and overall family well-being.  

Gayane received her Bachelor’s Degree in Education and International Studies from the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill in 2017. Before matriculating at Duke, she worked as a Research Analyst at Child Trends. In this role, she conducted national, state, and community level research analyzing the impact of various early childhood policies and programs. Gayane engaged in study design to address specific research questions, collected and analyzed quantitative and qualitative data, and produced written reports to share findings with communities, states, and national stakeholders.

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