Research Faculty with HDFS Appointments

  • Michael Cleveland, Ph.D. Research Assistant Professor, College of Health and Human Development, and Faculty Affiliate, The Methodology Center and the Prevention Research Center. Application of advaced statistical methods to substance use prevention reserach.
  • Mark Feinberg, Ph.D. (Clinical Psychology), 1998, George Washington University, Research Professor, Prevention Research Center, College of Health and Human Development. Family process (coparenting, parenting, sibling relations) and development, prevention, biology and behavior (genetics, affective neuroscience, stress-related hormones).
  • Damon Jones, Ph.D. (Quantitative Methods), 2002, Vanderbilt University, Research Associate, Prevention Research Center. Statistical analysis/research methods, Quasi-experimental research designs, longitudinal data, economic evaluation, program evaluation, prevention research.
  • Meg Small, Ph.D. (Quantitative Methods and Health Policy), 1992, University of Maryland, Research Associate, Prevention Research Center. Understanding factors that allow organizaions to successfully adopt and sustain evidence-based interventions; Developing and testing methods that allow organizations to use data when making programmatic decisions.
  • Janet Welsh, Ph.D. (Developmental Psychology), 1994, Pennsylvania State University, Research Associate, Prevention Research Center. Early language development and its relationship to social competence, and the impact of various aspects of the school ecology on students’ behavioral and academic adjustment.