Hannah Lavoie

Hannah Lavoie

Education:

  • BA in Psychology and Studio Art from Wheaton College in Norton, MA (2018)

Research Interests:

  • Physical activity promotion
  • Behavioral weight management
  • Digital health interventions
  • Sexual risk-taking
  • Impaired control
  • Women's health
  • Physical activity and its application in substance use treatment and mental health

Hannah is currently leading a pilot study for Dr. Jake-Schoffman and Dr. Fran├žois Modave on the feasibility and usability of the Ruffier test to assess cardiorespiratory fitness with older adults. She is also a Research Coordinator under Dr. Leeman and Co-lead on the Sporting Events & Alcohol Longitudinal (SEAL) Study: A Quasi-experimental Examination of Alcohol use on Game and Non-game Days over Time.

Related Experience:

Before coming to UF, she spent almost 2 years as a Research Assistant at Dartmouth College working on an NIH-funded project using ecological momentary assessment (EMA) to measure momentary self-regulation and identify potential underlying mechanisms of self-regulation to target problematic health behaviors as well as motivate behavior change (smoking cessation and reduced binge eating). Her interest in research began on an NIH-funded study at Rhode Island Hospital Department of Psychiatry and Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University on sexual and gender-based violence prevention among middle school and high school students, school-based intervention programming, and rigorous program evaluation.

Graduate School Fellow

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