Roger Vilardaga (CV Link) is an Assistant Professor at the Center for Addiction Science and Technology at Duke University and Affiliate Professor at Duke’s Global Digital Health Science Center and the Department of Human Centered Design and Engineering at the University of Washington. Roger is passionate about the potential of mobile technologies for the advancement of contextual behavioral science and the development of cost-effective and higher-reaching behavioral interventions.
Javier Rizo (CV Link) is a Clinical Research Coordinator at Duke University, Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences. Previously, he worked as a Research Study Coordinator at the University of Washington, within the recently formed Behavioral Research in Technology and Engineering (BRiTE) Center. Javier manages the planning, design, and implementation of multiple research projects integrating mobile technology with behavioral health.
Paige Palenski (CV Link) is a Clinical Research Specialist at Duke University, department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences. Before coming to Duke, she attended McGill University in Montreal, Quebec where she obtained her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Linguistics. While at McGill, she worked in Debra Titone’s Language & Multilingualism Lab as an undergraduate research assistant for a year and a half.