Ms. Sydney Willis is a second-year doctoral student in epidemiology at BUSPH. She has been conducting data analyses of the extent to which behavioral and lifestyle factors, such as occupational stress, sleep patterns, and night shift work, influence female fecundability. She graduated with a BA in Anthropology and an MPH in Epidemiology from the University of Utah. She has extensive expertise in the study of fertility awareness methods, including the effects of tracking menstrual periods and fertility signs in helping couples time intercourse to maximize their chances of successful pregnancy. She began her doctoral studies in the department of epidemiology at BUSPH in September 2017.