Jamie Klinger, MA
Research Associate III
Jamie received her BA in 2011 from Bloomsburg University majoring in Psychology with a minor in Criminal Justice and an MA in 2013 from Claremont Graduate University majoring in Experimental Psychology with a concentration in Health Behavior Research and Evaluation. Jamie’s primary research interests involve substance abuse treatment and prevention strategies. In October 2013, she began her work at ARG as a Research Associate II working under Katherine Karriker-Jaffe on her project Identifying Modifiable Influences on Alcohol Problems in High Risk Neighborhoods. As a member of the American Public Health Association, Jamie presented this project at the APHA annual conference in New Orleans, LA in November 2014. She is currently working as an RA III for Karen Trocki’s project Sexual Orientation Differences: Prevalence & Correlates of Substance Use & Abuse.