Focus Area: Vulnerable Populations, Tobacco Prevention and Cessation, Oral Health
Bryana Robinson joined the KDHRC team as a research assistant in December of 2019. Bryana assists with programs that focus on vulnerable populations and rapidly unfolding public health issues such as the youth vaping crisis. Bryana helps develop content for AVOID (Anti-Vaping Online Information Dissemination) and contributes to the Cochlear Implant University (CIU) project.
Bryana graduated from the University of Cincinnati with a BS in Neuroscience and Chemistry. While in college she was an undergraduate clinic coordinator at a women’s homeless shelter. Bryana worked as a research assistant of clinical research in the areas of Developmental Pediatrics, High Risk Pregnancy Solutions, and Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy. She also published translational research in the area Pharmacology, Cavitation enhancement increases the efficiency and consistency of sonication for applications in drug discovery and patient diagnostics.
In her free time, Bryana enjoys discovering new recipes, working out, listening to live music and watching classic movies.