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Brady Reynolds, PhD

Brady Reynolds, PhD

RIA Postdoctoral Associate 2004-2005

Current position

Foundation for a Healthy Kentucky Endowed Chair in Rural Health Policy
Co-Director, Institute for Rural Health Policy
University of Kentucky

Academic Profile

Upon completing his training at RIA, Dr. Reynolds began an assistant professor position in the Department of Pediatrics at The Ohio State University. There, he made tenure and received several NIH grants to study the role of impulsive behavior as a risk factor for cigarette smoking during adolescence and also as a predictor of treatment response for adolescents who already smoke. More recently, Dr. Reynolds relocated to the Department of Behavioral Science at the University of Kentucky. He currently teaches Introduction to Clinical Medicine to UK medical students and Protocol Development, which is a step-by-step course about writing an NIH grant application. His research involves topics related to tobacco use in rural populations.

Testimonial

"Upon completing his training at RIA, Dr. Reynolds began an assistant professor position in the Department of Pediatrics at The Ohio State University. There, he made tenure and received several NIH grants to study the role of impulsive behavior as a risk factor for cigarette smoking during adolescence and also as a predictor of treatment response for adolescents who already smoke.

More recently, Dr. Reynolds relocated to the Department of Behavioral Science at the University of Kentucky. He currently teaches Introduction to Clinical Medicine to UK medical students and Protocol Development, which is a step-by-step course about writing an NIH grant application. His research involves topics related to tobacco use in rural populations."