Our Colleagues

Bradley Kerr
SMAHRT
Brad Kerr, MS joined the SMAHRT as a research coordinator in 2011. Brad graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2010 with a degree in Psychology and English and finished his Masters in Higher Education Administration in 2013. He has contributed to several projects, including evaluating displayed alcohol references on Facebook profiles, as well as exploring ways in which college students use social media to communicate with their parents. Brad is also excited to begin a new project investigating how training can be improved for undergraduate research assistants and clinical research coordinators working on research teams.
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Reese Hyzer
SMAHRT
Reese joined the team in January of 2018 as an Undergraduate Research Intern. She graduated from UW-Madison in May 2018 with a degree in Psychology and earning certificates in Gender and Women’s Studies and Global Health. In addition to her work at SMAHRT, Reese is currently a PhD student in School Psychology at Loyola University. She is interested in how social media affects the psychical and psychosocial health of adolescents.
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Zoe Stratman
Research Intern
Zoe joined the SMAHRTeam in January of 2020. She is from Marshfield, Wisconsin and is studying biology at UW-Madison. She plans to graduate in 2022 and hopes to further her education by going to Medical School. Zoe joined SMAHRT because she is very interested in the overlap between social media and adolescent health. She is very excited to work on an independent project involving these ideas and to see what results she finds.