Profiles in "Clinical Trials" Expertise Area

  • Pina is interested in child anxiety research but also in the study of children's courage. He feels that by taking a strength-based approach, that is positive and valued, his research can better serve community organizations,
  • Wolchik is interested in developing, evaluating and optimizing programs for two types of at-risk situations: parental divorce and parental death.
  • Arlene Fernandez, M.A. has a background in Health Psychology and over 10 years of experience in health research. She oversees multiple National Institutes of Health (NIH) R01 projects.
  • Allison Williams, MSW, PMP is a Program Manager of Research in the Center for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention in the College of Nursing and Health Innovation. She has managed NIH funded trials since 2009.
  • Dr. Adams is a behavioral scientist and epidemiologist with a background in psychology, behavioral sciences, and public health.
  • Dr. Murugan studies epigenetic changes to environmental exposures and develops epigenetic-biomarker based diagnostic tests to detect exposures to toxic chemicals, pathogens, explosives and radiological agents.
  • Healthcare executive, business owner, professor, and author, Ms. Kamenca currently teaches for the College of Health Solutions in the Biomedical Informatics department.
  • Dr. Leischow's research is clinical and translational, with a focus on pharmacologic and behavioral treatments for tobacco dependence, tobacco regulatory science, and systems and network approaches to population health.