Briana Scott has worked with the Prevention Research Collaborative since she was an SROP student in 2018. She has experience with evaluating school-based interventions and both quantitative and qualitative data analysis. Her areas of interest also include positive youth development and empowerment, school safety, and equity in education outcomes. Briana holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Sociology from St. Norbert College and a Master of Science in Psychology from the University of Michigan.
Elyse is a doctoral student in the Health Behavior Health Education Department at the University of Michigan. Elyse received her Master’s from Duke University in Global Health, and a dual BA in Psychology and Anthropology from Johns Hopkins University. Her research and work background in early childhood and adolescent development in the United States, Kenya, and Sierra Leone led to her interest in working with the PRC. She is involved in PRC research projects on adolescent violence exposure, sexual health, and community development through environmental design.
The Prevention Research Collaborative, based at the University of Michigan School of Public Health, is made up of the Prevention Research Center of Michigan, Michigan Youth Violence Prevention Center, National Center for School Safety, and affiliated initiatives. Our Centers are funded through the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Department of Justice (DOJ).
We promote safe and healthy futures through prevention research, training, and outreach. Alongside community partners, we work to reduce inequities and empower communities for better health.