Meet the Crosby Lab

Our team members come from a variety of backgrounds, and focus on a range of interests. Learn more about our members, and contact them with questions:
A photo of Lori E. Crosby, PsyD.

Lori E. Crosby, PsyD

Lori Crosby is the PI of this lab, co-director of Innovations, co-director of training for the CCTST Community Engagement Core, and a member of the Center for Self-Management and Adherence, Cancer and Blood Diseases Institute, and the Chronic Care Research Group.

Email: lori.crosby@cchmc.org

 

A photo of Lori E. Crosby, PsyD.
A photo of Emilie Graham, RD, LD.

Emilie Graham, RD, LD

Emilie is a graduate research assistant, nutrition graduate student and registered dietitian who works on the iTransition study and the 5-2-1-0 project to combat childhood obesity. In addition, she is a graphic artist and provides assistance in designing study and educational materials.

Email: emilie.graham@cchmc.org

 

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Aubrey Culp, BS
Aubrey is a graduate research assistant  whose interests are in  community health, genetics, and wellness programs. She assists with a number of sickle-cell disease related research projects.
Phone: 513-636-9330
Email: aubrey.culp@cchmc.org

Kara Brown, BA
Kara is a graduate research assistant whose interests are in pediatric psychology. She is particularly interested in coping and adjustment during hospitalizations. Kara assists with a variety of projects in the lab related to transition and self-management.
Email: kara.brown2@cchmc.org

Heather Strong, BA
Heather is a graduate research assistant within the Crosby Lab. Her broad interests are in health disparities. She assists with studies related to treatment options such as gene therapy and hydroxyurea.
Email: heather.strong@cchmc.org

Contact Us

Lori E. Crosby, PsyD

Member, Division of Behavioral Medicine and Clinical Psychology

Mailing Address:
3333 Burnet Avenue
MLC 3015
Cincinnati, OH 45229

Phone: 513-803-5383
Emaillori.crosby@cchmc.org

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