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Benn Rita Ann Arbor, MI Not stated, inferred: Mental Health, Psychology, Integrative Health Care, Child Development, Preventative Medicine, Women & Gender Studies University of Michigan Ph.D. in Psychology & Education (U of M), BA in Psychology (McGill University); variety of academic, administrative, and clinical appointments; extensive list of grants, and publications; ran a faculty development program in Integrative Healthcare, mentoring faculty members across various medical specialties/social sciences in the design & development of research proposals & curricula
Godard Diane SF   PRI (Senior Research Associate) MA in Psychology (SFSU), BA in Psychology (SFSU); Social research project design, management, analysis, and reporting for quantitative and qualitative methods, (including telephone, web & mail surveys, interviews, field studies, focus groups, and program evaluations)
Moss Nancy Bay area Biomedical Research, Public Health (including Child Health & Human Development, AIDS Prevention & Research), Aging Independent Consultant BA in Social Science (Sarah Lawrence), MA in Sociology (Stanford), and Ph.D. in Sociology of Education (Stanford); Experienced in resource development / grantmaking, and co-author of a variety of peer-reviewed publications in the health field
Nakagawa Monique SF Urban Issues (Poverty, Housing, Grassroots Community Development, and Neighborhood Change) PRI (Research Associate) MA in Geography (SFSU), BA in French & Social Sciences (UCB); proposal development & writing (primarily at the city, county, & state levels), quantitative methods (mostly survey research), participatory research methods, and qualitative methods (including interviews & observation)
Shafer Holley SF Families & Children, Public Administration, Environmental Behavior PRI (Senior Research Associate) MA in Psychology (SFSU), BA in Liberal Studies (Sonoma State); design, conduct, and analyze quantitative & qualitative research including focus groups, qualitative interviews, surveys, and program evaluations
Wu Tammy El Cerrito Genetics, Genomics & Proteomics, Molecular & Cell Biology, Developmental Biology, Bioinformatic Resources Online, Stem Cell Biology, Chromatin, Immunology Post-doc. Fellow (Diana Chu's lab); Scientific editing for U54 grant proposal Ph.D. in Molecular & Cell Biology (UCB), BA in Biology (Johns Hopkins)
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