Brittany Bugbee is a Faculty Specialist at the Center on Young Adult Health and Development at the University of Maryland School of Public Health. Since 2010, she has worked on the College Life Study, a comprehensive longitudinal study of factors that place college students at risk for mental health problems and substance use. She has served as Recruitment Coordinator of the study since 2012, overseeing the recruitment of over 1,000 study participants and managing the data quality assurance process. She assists with the preparation of scientific publications and reports and has experience with using TeleForm, Qualtrics, Microsoft Access, and NVivo for research applications. She holds an MPH in Behavioral and Community Health, as well as undergraduate degrees in Community Health and Spanish Language, Literature, and Culture, all from the University of Maryland.
M.P.H., Behavioral and Community Health, University of Maryland 2016
B.A., Spanish Language, Literature, and Culture, University of Maryland, 2012
B.S., Community Health, University of Maryland, 2012
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