TRIP Research Staff

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Diana Diaz
Ms. Diaz earned her undergraduate degree in Psychology and is now pursuing a Master's degree in Public Health at the University of South Florida. She is currently the project coordinator on a study examining the influence of smoking and alcohol-related cues and drug administration on craving and reactivity to substance cues.

Samantha Diaz
Ms. Diaz is the Management Assistant for TRIP. She is responsible for providing support to faculty, staff, and graduate students, and for coordinating efforts between TRIP and other Moffitt departments.

 
Brenda Medero

Ms. Medero is the Associate Grants Administrator II in the Division of Population Sciences/Health Outcomes and Behavior. She provides administrative and grant support in the program. Prepares grants, monitors budgetary performance, and submits required reports for designated grants and contracts. Administrative support to the Chair of Health Outcomes and Behavior.  Assists graduate students in research database on protocols.

Lauren Meltzer
Lauren Meltzer
Ms. Meltzer earned her bachelor's degree in Psychology and is currently pursuing her Masters degree in Public Health at the University of South Florida. Currently, she is a Research Program Administrator and manages several studies  developing and testing smoking cessation and smoking relapse interventions among niche populations.

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Emily Cutolo

Ms. Cutolo earned her bachelor’s degrees in both Biomedical Sciences and Psychology from the University of South Florida. She is a Research Coordinator for a multi-site study that is evaluating the effects of various nicotine contents in cigarettes.


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Melissa Conn
 Ms. Conn earned her undergraduate degree in Psychology from the University of South Florida along with two minors in Public Health and Sociology. She is currently working as a Research Coordinator for a multi-site project examining the effects of various nicotine levels on smoking behavior and related outcomes.

    Dana Jordan
Dana Jordan

  

 

 

 


Ms. Jordan graduated from the University of South Florida with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and a minor in Business. She is currently the study coordinator on two research projects. The first project, CENIC looks at the effects of varying levels of nicotine on smoking behaviors, with the ultimate goal of improving public health. The second project, Delayed Discounting looks at impulsive decision making among smokers, and the effects of exercise and nicotine.

 

 

 
 
 
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