Molly Barlow, PhD
PhD, University of Florida
I earned my PhD at the University of Florida, where I studied the contextual factors that influence risky and impulsive choices. I plan to apply my background in behavioral economics to better understand the treatment components that will help improve outcomes for young adults with type 1 diabetes in my work with Dr. Catherine Stanger. In particular, I'm interested in how the use of technology can improve both the efficiency and the accessibility of treatment. In my free time, I enjoy reading, baking, hiking, and engaging in any activity that takes place outdoors.
Cara Struble, PhD
My research experience to date has focused broadly on substance use problems through my work under Drs. Leslie Lundahl and David Ledgerwood. I have assisted in human laboratory research including pharmacology and clinical studies examining substance use behaviors and treatment outcomes associated with Cannabis Use Disorder, Opioid Use Disorder, and smoking cessation while completing my PhD training at Wayne State University. I am particularly interested in understanding cannabis use risks, behaviors, and consequences among the LGBTQ+ population. I plan to apply my training in clinical psychology to better understand the impact of sociocultural factors on treatment outcomes for Cannabis Use Disorder in my work with Dr. Alan Budney. I enjoy baking, hiking, and attending drag performances in my spare time.