Michael Ramsey is a PhD student in the Clinical Psychology Program at Jackson State University and an NIMHD-funded pre-doctoral fellow. His research training focuses on identifying and targeting the behavioral and psychological factors that increase risk for distress and dissolution of intimate relationships. His goal is to reduce the disproportionate burden of chronic conditions (e.g., cancer, hypertension, mental illness) among African American adults through culturally and contextually tailored clinical behavioral interventions that aim to improve relationship quality and behavioral and psychological health. His long-term career goal is to continue his translational and clinical program of research within an academic research center or university department.
Eden was a part of the Telenutrition team since Fall 2018. She majored in Nutrition & Dietetics and graduated in Spring 2020. Eden is currently enrolled in a dietetic internship and working toward becoming a Registered Dietitian.
Dustin was a part of the Telenutrition team, where he helped with recruiting and worked with the retention team. He majored in psychology and graduated in Spring of 2020. After graduating, he plans to work toward his master’s degree in Social Work.
Tim was a student developer for the Telenutrition Center. During his time with the center, he received the USM SPUR undergraduate research award to conduct a study as the primary investigator under his mentor, Dr. Lemacks. His research project examined how changes in user interfaces impact user reporting. He presented his research at the spring USM undergraduate research symposium. During his time at the center, he built features for the Bridge2U platform, and was responsible for building the notification interface into the app. Since graduating, he has moved back to Louisiana with his wife and now works as a software engineer at Manchac Technologies.
Sneharika received a Master of Public Health degree studying Epidemiology and Biostatistics at The University of Southern Mississippi. She was involved in preparing code-book and data entry for two different projects, INBRE & IPOP.
Hunter Windham was a student website developer for the Telenutrition Center’s Tech Team and recieved a degree in computer science. While at The Telenutrition Center, Hunter worked with other team members to develop the Bridge2U Chronic Health Management Platform. He has recently accepted a position at Spot Tracker where he will continue to work as a software developer.