Erin Bray Gibson, MPH
Erin Bray Gibson, MPH, is the Clinical Research Coordinator for the Center for Adolescent Substance Abuse Research. In this role, Erin’s primary responsibilities include collaborating with the Institutional Review Board, training and managing Research Assistants, and overseeing the Center’s ongoing studies to ensure the successful completion of research projects. As a graduate student, she traveled independently to rural clinics and hospitals in Mexico to train medical staff on a primary data collection protocol and, later, on the use of the Lifewrap, an anti-hypovolemic shock garment designed to prevent maternal morbidity and mortality due to obstetric hemorrhage. Prior to joining Boston Children's Hospital, Erin managed a research study at the Center for AIDS Prevention Studies at UCSF, the focus of which was to study the impact of peer networks in empowering women to negotiate for and make healthy choices regarding their sexual health. Erin graduated from Brown University with a BA in Psychology and Sexuality in Society and received her MPH from UC Berkeley with a focus on Maternal and Child Health.