Elizabeth Yetter earned her BA in Psychology at The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, where she completed her honors thesis “A Study of the Relationship between Language and Play in Toddlers” under Dr. Pamela Cole. She worked in Dr. Cole’s Development of Toddlers Study and in Dr. Richard Gilmore’s Infant Lab. After graduation and time abroad in Spain, Ms. Yetter moved to Connecticut to work in Drs. Ford and Mathalon’s lab at Yale University and then later joining them in their laboratory at UCSF.
Ms. Yetter is currently pursuing her medical degree at the George Washington University in Washington, D.C. and plans to pursue a career in psychiatry. In her free time, she enjoys rock climbing and salsa dancing.