Tatiana M. Davidson, PhD, is Assistant Professor, Co-Director of the Telehealth Resilience and Recovery Program (TRRP) and Co-Director of the Center for Telehealth Research and Outcomes Program at MUSC. She serves as Co-Investigator on several federally-funded research grants focused on the development, evaluation and implementation of mHealth technologies for providing best-practice mental health treatment to a wide range of traumatic stress populations, including disaster victims, child abuse victims, and first responders.
Tonya Hazelton, MS, is a Program Coordinator II. Ms. Hazelton is a member of the Technology Team. She serves as coordinator on several federally-funded research grants focused on the development, evaluation and implementation of mHealth technologies.
Brian E. Bunnell, PhD, is a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Medical University of South Carolina. Brian's current research aims to develop new and innovative ways to use today's technology to improve the quality of mental health care, particularly for communities with limited access to these resources.
Arthur “Trey” Andrews, PhD, is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychological Science at the University of Nebraska. His research evaluates strategies for reducing mental disparities, such as interprofessional service delivery and technological adjuncts to care.
Jennifer Dahne, PhD, is a Postdoctoral Fellow in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the Medical University of South Carolina. Her research focuses on using technology to develop and disseminate evidence-based treatments for emotional disorders and for substance use disorders.
Meagan Camp, BA, is a Research Assistant and A Citadel College Graduate Clinical Counseling intern. Her program focuses on human development, psychopathology, and behavior change to psychosocial problems of a diverse population.
Clara Dismuke, PhD, is an Assistant Professor in the College of Medicine at MUSC with an academic focus on minority health issues, health economics, and international health.
Matthew Price, PhD, is an Assistant Professor in the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Vermont. Dr. Price’s research focuses on creating innovative strategies to expand the reach of clinical care for victims of traumatic events and those suffering from anxiety disorders.
Gregory H. Cohen, MSW, a Statistical Analyst in Epidemiology at Boston University School of Public Health.
Shailesh Tamraka, MS, is a Research Programmer in Epidemiology at Boston University School of Public Health.