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Loiselle is a first year postdoctoral fellow in the Center for Adherence and
Self-Management. She completed her PhD in Clinical Psychology at the
University of Georgia and her residency at Cincinnati Children's. Prior to fellowship, Kristin was
involved in research examining adjustment to chronic medical conditions among
children and families, as well as adherence to medical regimens for pediatric
solid organ transplant recipients. She is currently involved with data analysis
and manuscript preparation for the Modi and Pai labs.
is an interventionist for the STAR study, which is a problem solving-based
adherence promotion intervention for youth with epilepsy and their families.
She will also provide clinical care to patients and families in the Small Bowel
clinic, focusing on assessment and intervention throughout the transplantation
Read Kristin Loiselle's Fellowship Goals
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Rachelle Ramsey is a first-year postdoctoral fellow in the Center for Adherence and Self-Management. She completed her PhD at Oklahoma State University and her residency at Cincinnati Children's. Her research background focused on cognitive variables that influence the transactional relationship between parent and child adjustment to chronic conditions. Specifically, her dissertation examined the role of parent and child illness intrusiveness in the relationship between barriers to care and child depressive symptoms. Rachelle is currently involved in grant writing, manuscript preparation, and data analysis in the Hommel and Modi labs.
Rachelle is also an interventionist on a randomized clinical trial aimed to improve oral medication adherence to anti-epileptic drugs (STAR trial) in children with epilepsy. She previously had experience as an interventionist on the TEAM study, a randomized clinical trial targeting oral medication adherence through telehealth behavioral treatment for adolescents with inflammatory bowel disease. Rachelle also conducts assessment and clinic-based interventions with children following small bowel transplantation.
After her postdoctoral fellowship in the Center for Adherence and Self-Management, Rachelle plans to obtain a position within an academic medical center that would allow her to conduct research and provide clinical services to pediatric populations.
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Jamie Ryan is a first-year postdoctoral fellow in the Center for Adherence and Self-Management. She completed her Ph.D. at Oklahoma State University and her residency at Cincinnati Children's. Her research background is in cognitive variables that influence the transactional relationship between parent and child adjustment outcomes in the context of pediatric chronic illness. She is currently involved in manuscript preparation and data analysis the Hommel and Modi labs.
Jamie is also an interventionist on two studies targeting oral medication adherence (TEAM – telehealth behavioral treatment for youth with inflammatory bowel disease; Take-It – clinic-based program for adolescent kidney transplant recipients). In addition, Jamie works in the Small Bowel Clinic and conducts assessments and provides brief clinic-based treatment to children and families pre- and post-small bowel/multivisceral transplantation.
Following fellowship, Jamie plans to obtain a position at an academic children’s hospital where she can continue to work with a pediatric population and focus her research on self-management and improved quality of life for patients and their families.
Read Jamie Ryan's Fellowship Goals
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Lauren Szulczewski is a
second-year postdoctoral fellow in the Center for Adherence and
Self-Management. She completed her PsyD at Xavier University and her
internship at Nationwide Children’s Hospital. Her research background is in
pediatric adherence, specifically interested in family and medical system
variables that affect treatment outcomes and psychological functioning.
Lauren is currently working with
Dr. Ahna Pai. She is involved in manuscript preparation and data analysis, overseeing
and conducting intervention visits in a clinic-based adherence promotion
intervention for adolescents following kidney transplantation, and program
development and quality improvement in the Cancer and Blood Diseases Institute
(CBDI). Additionally, Lauren carries a small clinical case load of patients
being treated in the CBDI.
Lauren plans to obtain a position within a pediatric medical center, primarily
providing clinical services while conducting researching and engaging in
ongoing program development.
Read Lauren Perazzo Szulczweski's CV
Read Lauren's Fellowship Goals
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