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Kimberly Belfry

Kimberly BelfryKimberly Belfry, BSc, PhD, Post-Doctoral Fellow

Kimberly completed her undergraduate degree in Biochemistry and Biotechnology at the University of Saskatchewan and then later went on to complete a PhD at the University of Alberta. Following graduation, Kimberly has authored sixteen peer-reviewed publications. Since joining the Waypoint Research Institute as a Post-doctoral Fellow in the Fall of 2019, Kimberly has worked closely with Dr. Nathan Kolla and her projects have included the Time of Day Study, as well as a scoping review on the correlates of proactive aggression. More recently, her work on the Time of Day project has been accepted for publication in Frontiers of Psychiatry. 

Research Interests

Forensic populations, psychopathy, and aggression.


Belfry KD, Deibel SH and Kolla NJ (2020) Time of Day Matters: An Exploratory Assessment of Chronotype in a Forensic Psychiatric Hospital. Front. Psychiatry 11:550597.
doi: 10.3389/fpsyt.2020.550597

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