|Shayna Clancy, Clinical Research Coordinator
Shayna joined the team in 2011. She manages the Nurture and Baby NAP SACC studies. Shayna graduated from Elizabethtown College with a Bachelor of Arts in psychology.
|Karissa Grier, Clinical Research Coordinator
Karissa joined the team in 2014. She coordinates data collection for Baby NAP SACC and engages in other aspects of the study. Prior to joining the team, she worked in community-based research, partnering with community organizations and stakeholders to address health concerns in a medically underserved area. Karissa graduated with a Master of Science in Human Nutrition, Foods, and Exercise from Virginia Tech.
| Lauren Nolley, Clinical Research Specialist
Lauren joined the team in 2016. She conducts data collection for Baby NAP SACC. She graduated from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill with a Bachelor of Science in Biology in May, 2016.
|Alicia Nelson, Intervention Coordinator
Alicia came to Duke in 2010 where she has worked as a Health Education Specialist, Research Analyst and now serves as the intervention coordinator and counselor for the Baby NAP SACC study. Alicia graduated in 2006 with a Master in Social Work and in 2012 graduated with a Master in Public Health, both from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.
| Rebecca Nanjala Wafula, Data Specialist
Nanjala joined the Baby NAP SACC and Nurture study teams in 2016 after completing her Master in Global Health at Duke University. She serves as a data collector for Baby NAP SACC and creates and maintains the studies’ databases.