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Scientific Director, Every Child Succeeds Professor of Pediatrics, Cincinnati Children's, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine
His research interests include home visitation programs, maternal depression, the application of quality improvement science to prevention programs, treatment of anxiety disorders in children, and adaptation of children with disabilities.
Family Foundations Facilitator
Lori joined the Ammerman Lab in June 2012 and is a co-facilitator for the Family Foundations Project. She received her Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Kentucky and is in graduate school to complete her Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. Lori’s research interests include maternal depression, behavioral disorders/mental health issues in children, and prevention medicine through utilizing home visitation.
Stephen has been with the Ammerman lab since March of 2015. He is originally from Dayton, Ohio. He has recently received his Master’s Degree in Higher Education Administration from Tiffin University. He is looking forward to being accepted into a Doctoral program this spring. Prior to the Ammerman Lab he worked as a youth case manager at Talbert House.
Family Foundations, Assessment and Retention
Nora has been with the Ammerman Lab since 2015. She earned her Bachelor's Degree in Global Health from Arizona State University. While in school, she conducted research aimed at understanding cultural beliefs regarding the onset of Type-II diabetes in rural Guatemala. Nora has also worked as field interviewer on the longitudinal Health and Retirement Study for the University of Michigan.
Walter joined the Ammerman Lab in 2015. He earned his Bachelor's Degree in Psychology from the University of Cincinnati, and his professional experience includes working at UC - studying how stress affects decision making and doing community-based research. He plans to return to school to pursue a Psy.D Degree in Clinical Psychology.
Stephanie has been with the Ammerman Lab since 2015. She earned her Bachelor's Degree in Psychology from Rhodes College (Memphis, TN) and her Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology from Xavier University. Her research interests include child psychology, trauma, and health behavior change. Her clinical experience includes work with children & families, college students, the seriously mentally ill, and patients with chronic/terminal physical illnesses.
MIDIS-II, Assessment and Retention
Francesca “Chessie” joined the Ammerman Lab in 2015. She graduated from Stanford University, where she majored in Psychology and minored in Modern Languages (Spanish and Portuguese). At Stanford, she worked in Dr. Anne Fernald's lab, studying language acquisition in children. Specifically, she studied how caregivers talk to their children during mealtimes.
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