Research Data Tech I
Courtney Brothers, a dedicated Data Technician II, plays a crucial role in the Navigation Study, a randomized control trial led by Dr. Kenneth Dodge. Focused on evaluating the expansion of the Family Connects home-visiting program, Courtney excels in recruiting pregnant individuals from the Durham area to participate in the study. With expertise in conducting evaluation interviews with families, she also provides valuable assistance in data entry and tracking tasks. Courtney holds a BA in Research Psychology with minors in Human Development and Family Studies, as well as General Philosophy, earned from the University of Nevada, Reno in 2021. Her research on romantic jealousy among individuals with multiple minoritized identities has garnered recognition, receiving the Nevada Undergraduate Research Award and associated funding for two consecutive cycles. Additionally, Courtney's manuscript associated with this research has been accepted for publication in the Nevada State Undergraduate Research Journal. With a diverse range of experiences, including working in preschools, play centers, Autism clinics, and Special Olympic events, Courtney brings a wealth of knowledge to her role. Outside of work, she enjoys hiking, reading non-fiction and magical realism, and engaging in crossword puzzles.