Dr. Amanda Lints-Martindale completed her doctorate in Clinical Psychology (2010) at the University of Regina. She commenced her work at the Health Psychology Laboratory after completing her B.Sc. at Brandon University. Her graduate studies were been supported by a scholarship from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada as well as by a major SGI Graduate Fellowship in Aging and Health. While working at the Health Psychology Laboratory, Dr. Lints-Martindale published peer reviewed articles relating to pain in older adults as well as to fear of falling. Her pre-doctoral residency was completed at the Calgary Consortium in Clinical Psychology. Following the completion of her work at the Health Psychology Laboratory, she accepted a faculty position with the Department of Clinical Health Psychology, Faculty of Medicine, University of Manitoba.