Lindsay graduated from the Department in May 2017 with her PhD. Her primary research interests are in the philosophy of science and epistemology, although she is also interested in ancient philosophy, philosophy of religion, logic, ethics, and metaphysics. Her M.A. thesis was about the explanatory capacity of fictional scientific models, and she is currently writing a dissertation about how the increasing prevalence of computer simulations in scientific practice challenges traditional accounts of the scientific method.
Lindsay has a B.A. from the College of Wooster and an M.Phil from Cambridge University.