Staff

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Kate Barnes

Communications Specialist

katebarn@umich.edu

Kate Barnes joined the University of Michigan Office of the Vice President for Research (OVPR) in January 2022. Her responsibilities include working with OVPR units and leadership to create and implement a strategic communications plan for programs and projects, including website development, content creation, media relations, and external stakeholder engagement. Prior to joining OVPR, Kate served as Logistics Director for Lt. Governor Garlin Gilchrist II (2019-2022), and Communications Specialist at a Lansing lobbying firm (2013-2019). Kate holds a B.S. in Journalism from Central Michigan University.

 

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Emily Becker

Research Associate

emibecke@umich.edu

Ms. Becker is a Research Associate for Michigan Medicine on Project IntERact which aims to reduce risky firearm carriage. She has her Bachelor of Social Work and a Minor in Substance Abuse Treatment from the University of Michigan-Flint. She became especially interested in reducing risky behaviors among youth while at her internship where she worked with homeless youth in the Flint area.

 

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Katy Clark

Project Coordinator

katymc@umich.edu

Ms. Clark is a Project Coordinator and Certified Clinical Research Professional. She is coordinating the implementation of the SafERteens program that prevents and reduces youth violence in Muskegon, Michigan.

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Haley Crimmins, MPH

Associate Research Specialist

hmcrim@umich.edu

Ms. Crimmins is an Associate Research Specialist with the Institute for Firearm Injury Prevention. She is a graduate of University of Michigan School of Public Health with a Masters in Public Health. Her MPH has concentration in Health Behavior Health Education. Prior to joining IFIP, she worked as a research assistant with the Detroit Urban Research Center, UM Poverty Solutions, and the UM Eisenberg Depression Center, and has also worked in local public health. She loves to watch movies and travel. 

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Lynn Massey, LMSW

Senior Project Manager

lsmassey@med.umich.edu

Ms. Massey is a Licensed Social Worker and a Senior Project Manager. She managed the Firearm-Safety Among Children and Teens Consortium. She is currently overseeing the research lab for Dr. Patrick Carter which is focused on reducing risky behaviors related to gun carriage and youth violence. She has over two decades of experience coordinating federally-funded research studies focused reducing and preventing substance use and youth violence, including the prevention of firearm injury.

 
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Miriam Midoun

Project Coordinator

Ms. Midoun is a Project Coordinator with the Institute for Firearm Injury Prevention where she currently focuses on community recruitment for Project IntERact. She has a background in interdisciplinary social sciences and holds a MSc in Behavioral and Social Sciences and a MA in Comparative Human Development.

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Carrie Musolf

Administrative Coordinator

carrieba@umich.edu

Ms. Musolf began working for the University of Michigan in 2007. She is currently the Administrative Coordinator with the Institute for Firearm Injury Prevention providing support to the Institute faculty and staff. She received her degree in Business Administration.

 

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Elissa Trumbull, MPH

Project Manager

etrumbul@umich.edu

Ms. Trumbull is Project Manager at the Institute for Firearm Injury Prevention. Prior to this, she worked with the Department of Electrical Engineering and Lurie Nanofabrication Facility as a research administrator, supporting a wide range of externally sponsored research activities. She brings a career of prior experience with her to U-M, dedicated to working with communities to increase food security and healthy food access in partnership with diverse stakeholders, partners, and funders. Most recently she was Program Director of a rapidly expanding healthy food incentive program for Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) recipients with national nonprofit Fair Food Network. She has expertise in program evaluation and research in a range of settings, including projects aiming to assess the evidence for health impacts of a state-funded program run by the Michigan Department of Education called 10 Cents a Meal. She earned her Masters in Public Health from the University of Michigan – Flint and her Certificate in the Foundations of Public Health and B.A. in Education from the University of Michigan – Ann Arbor.