qualifications: PhD, MPH
contribution: Study conception and design, Drafting of manuscript
position: Assistant Professor
Dr. Yuma studies the effects of environmental, economic and social characteristics of neighborhoods on the health and well-being of individuals, with an overall goal of eliminating health disparities.
contribution: Study conception and design, Acquisition of data
position: Research Scientist
Rebecca (Becky) Orsi PhD conducts research and evaluation in child protective service systems. She is experienced with advanced statistical methods for child maltreatment research using both administrative and survey data. Her research interests include improved outcomes for children in CPS systems, community risk factors for maltreatment, adoption, and secondary traumatic stress in the child welfare workforce. As a research methodologist, Dr. Orsi actively collaborates with researchers across a variety of academic fields. Dr. Orsi holds an MS in Statistics and a PhD in Research Methodology from Colorado State University.
qualifications: MD, FACS
contribution: Study conception and design, Critical revision
position: Surgeon and Chair of Trauma Research
I am a practicing acute care surgeon (trauma and emergency general surgery), am a member of the Committee on Trauma and interested in acccess in rural and frontier environments
contribution: Acquisition of data, Drafting of manuscript
position: Research Coordinator
Ms. Victoria Kenyon, MSW recently graduated from Colorado State University, previoulsy earning a BA in Psychology from Stonehill College, Easton, MA. Tori participated as a Graduate Research Assistant while at CSU, passionate about child welfare and public health research. Tori is currently practicing as a high school based psychotherapist in Bozeman, MT and continues to collaborate with the CSU Social Work Research Center to provide program evaluation assistance, and participation in various projects.
contribution: Acquisition of data, Analysis and interpretation of data, Drafting of manuscript
position: Instructor and Coordinator
Elizabeth Tulanowski, M.S., is a GIS Instructor in the Colorado State University Warner College of Natural Resources and serves as the Education Coordinator for CSU’s Geospatial Centroid. Her GIS interests include solving spatial problems in a variety of disciplines using the ArcGIS suite, ModelBuilder, and Python.
qualifications: MPH, PhD, FACE
contribution: Study conception and design, Drafting of manuscript, Critical revision
position: Professor, Director
Dr. Stallones is an epidemiologist who has studied rural injuries and agricultural safety and health for more than 25 years.