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Center for Healthy Eating and Activity Research
Our Team

Meet Our Team

The CHEAR team is led by Dr. Kerri Boutelle (psychologist) and Dr. Kay Rhee (Pediatrician). We are a multidisciplinary group comprised  of pediatricians, clinical psychologists, neuroscientists, registered dietitians, marriage and family therapists and clinicians and researchers committed to developing and disseminating effective treatment for eating and weight-related disorders.

Directors

Faculty

Dawn Eichen, Ph.D.
Dawn Eichen, Ph.D.
Clinical Psychologist
David Strong, Ph.D.
David Strong, Ph.D.
Clinical Psychologist

Faculty Affiliates

Fellows

Graduate Students

Staff

Rebecca Bernard, Ph.D.
Rebecca Bernard, Ph.D.
Clinical Director
Saori Obayashi, Ph.D., RDN
Saori Obayashi, Ph.D., RDN
Clinical Interventionist
Barb English
Barb English
Research Assistant
Natalie Alamo
Natalie Alamo
Project Coordinator
Jocelyn Schwartz
Jocelyn Schwartz
Project Coordinator
Takisha Corbett, Ph.D.
Takisha Corbett, Ph.D.
Clinical Interventionist
Daylin Anderson
Daylin Anderson
Research Coordinator
Cyrielle Hacher
Cyrielle Hacher
Project Coordinator
Heather Halford
Heather Halford
Research Associate and Interventionist
Georgia Potter
Georgia Potter
CHARGE Project Coordinator
Monica Montoya, MA, APCC
Monica Montoya, MA, APCC
Associate Professional Clinical Counselor
Anthony DeBenedetto M.A.
Anthony DeBenedetto M.A.
Project Coordinator
Caley DuPlessis, MA
Caley DuPlessis, MA
Health Educator and Intervention Specialist
Ana Lopez
Ana Lopez
Data Manager
Renee Laverty
Renee Laverty
Research Assistant
MariaLinda Burola, M.S
MariaLinda Burola, M.S
Research Recruitment Coordinator
Ellen Pasquale
Ellen Pasquale
Project Coordinator
Kaylen Moline, MPH
Kaylen Moline, MPH
Research Coordinator
Jesslyn Goldbaum, PsyD
Jesslyn Goldbaum, PsyD
Program Manager
Olivia Nolan, MPH
Olivia Nolan, MPH
Project Coordinator
Bia Gasparetto
Bia Gasparetto
Project Coordinator

Interventionists And Trainees

Heather Halford
Heather Halford
Research Associate and Interventionist
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