| Dr. Cheryl Lovelady, Associate Dean for Research, School of HHS
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
| Lisa Walker, Assistant Dean for Research Finance and Operations
Email : email@example.com
As the HHS Assistant Dean for Research Finance and Operations, Lisa is responsible for directing the administrative and fiscal functions of the HHS Office of Research; she oversees day-to-day budget and personnel activities as well as forecasts planned short and long-term use of resources within the office. Lisa assists the Associate Dean for Research with planning, project management, facilities management and other tasks. Lisa advises HHS faculty regarding fiscal management policies and procedures in the execution of grant funded research and programs. Additionally, she serves as a liaison with central campus administrative offices and non-campus offices and organizations and serves as a representative of the Office of Research at meetings both internal and external to the School of HHS.
| Verna Leslie, Pre-Award Research Administrator
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Verna Leslie is a Pre-Award Research Administrator and helps researchers prepare proposals for external funding through assistance with budget development, internal routing, and assembling applications for the following departments: Communication Sciences and Disorders, Community and Therapeutic Recreation, Genetic Counseling Program, Gerontology, Kinesiology, and Public Health Education.
| Diane Levine, Post-Award Research Administrator
Email : email@example.com
Diane Levine is the Post-Award Research Administrator within the School of HHS Office of Research. Ms. Levine's role is to provide advice and critical guidance regarding fiscal management policies and procedures.
| Dr. Jeff Labban, Assistant Professor
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Jeff Labban has a doctorate in Kinesiology, with a doctoral minor in Educational Research Methodology. Jeff’s primary role in the Office of Research is to provide statistical support for both new and ongoing research projects generated by faculty and students within HHS. This typically includes analytical support for projects already underway or methodological consultation and power analysis for prospective projects. He also provides support for proposals for external funding, including consultation for methodological design and plan of analysis. His research interests include the relationship between exercise and cognitive function, specifically long-term memory.
Common support roles include, but are not limited to: