Melissa Feulner received a Bachelor’s of Science in psychology with a neuroscience minor from the University of Connecticut. After working for several years at the John B. Pierce Laboratory, she received the Holger Hansen Fellowship and completed her Master of Public Health at UConn Health.
She moved to Rhode Island in September 2016 to work at CBPM on two studies: the Stress Management Meta-Analysis for People Living with Chronic Disease or Pain and the Let's Talk about Hookah Study.
As a senior research assistant, she joined Dr. Stroud's team full time in 2020, working with REDCap programming and data management.
Her career interests include psychiatric epidemiology, particularly in the addiction field, health equity, and biostatistics.
During her free time, she enjoys yoga, sudoku, scary movies, traveling, and absolutely everything about summertime! Most of all, she loves spending time with her dog Mali.
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