Larry D. Keen, II, Ph.D.
Dr. Keen is a postdoctoral fellow in the Department of Clinical and Health Psychology working under the supervision of Dr. William Latimer. Currently, Dr. Keen II’s research focus is examining risk factors for HIV and sexually transmitted infections in African American men. This work will inform tailored, integrated family and cognitive behavioral therapy-based interventions for this underserved group. Dr. Keen earned his doctorate in Neuropsychology from Howard University in Washington DC.
Jared Tanner, Ph.D.
Dr. Tanner is a postdoctoral research associate in the Department of Clinical and Health Psychology working under the supervision of Dr. Catherine Price. Currently, Dr. Tanner’s research focus is assessing neuroimaging biomarkers for post-operative cognitive decline in older adults undergoing total knee replacement surgery. Research interests include relating the structure and function of white matter pathways and gray matter structures of the brain using various MRI methodologies to neurocognitive functions in older adults. Dr. Tanner completed his pre-doctoral internship at Duke University. He earned his doctorate in clinical and health psychology from the University of Florida. His dissertation focused on the association between verbal memory and gray and white matter structures in Parkinson’s disease.