Danielle Krobath is a PhD candidate at the Friedman School. Her interdisciplinary research interests focus on addressing drivers of nutrition-related chronic disease disparities to advance health equity for children from marginalized communities. Through her dissertation research, she is building and testing a novel framework that assesses the joint effects of individual, interpersonal, and environmental factors on recruitment, retention, and differential treatment effects by pooling data from eight diverse school and community-based nutrition interventions. Previously at Tufts, she led research that evaluated the impact of health claims on the nutrient contents of restaurant meals. Danielle holds an MS in Food Policy and Applied Nutrition from Tufts and a BA in Social Psychology from the University of Massachusetts Boston. She enjoys indoor cycling, gardening, and is nearly finished hiking all forty-eight 4,000 footers in New Hampshire.