Research Interests: My research focuses on using behavioral theory and novel methodologies to develop adaptive interventions, namely interventions that use ongoing information about the individual to modify the type/intensity/delivery-mode of support.
Key words: Adaptive Interventions, Just In Time Adaptive Interventions (JITAIs), Stress, Support, Health and Well-Being.
Introduction to Adaptive Interventions and SMARTs.
Worshop at the College of Nursing
University of South Carolina
Columbia, SC; November 2019
Engagement in Intensive Longitudinal Data Collection.
Panel on Intensive Longitudinal Assessment of Health and Behavior
Technology in Psychiatry Summit (TIPS)
Boston, MA; October 2019
Mentoring Graduate Students: Tips, Best Practices, and Life-Changing Stories from the Experts.
Professional Development Workshop
Academy of Management Annual Meeting
Boston, MA; August 2019
Experimental Designs for Building mHealth Interventions: Factorial Designs, SMARTs and MRTs.
mHealth Training Institute
University of California
Los Angeles. CA; July, 2019
Just-In-Time Adaptive Interventions: Scientific Motivation and Key Components.
Invited Symposia on mHealth in Action
Society for Prevention Research Annual Meeting
San Francisco, CA; May 2019