Kelly is the coordinator of the multi-site ADHDenic study, which is a clinical trial investigating the impact of low nicotine cigarettes on smokers with ADHD. Kelly initially joined our lab in 2002 as an undergraduate volunteer on the MTA Study and later went on to coordinate the last several years of the MTA. After the MTA study was complete, Kelly moved into a regulatory position where she worked on cancer clinical trials providing her with clinical experience to ultimately rejoin the lab in 2015 as the coordinator of the ADHDenic study.
Kelly enjoys photography, crafts, yoga, walking her dogs, and volunteering for local animal rescues.
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Past Research Projects
Education & Training
- University of Pittsburgh, B.S., Psychology