Rhiannon Wiley

   

Rhiannon Wiley joined the Division on Addiction in June 2017. At the Division, she serves as Research Coordinator on Draft Kings, MGC, CARS, NARCH, and Tung Wah projects. She is responsible for data collection and entry, software testing/development, and paper writing. She contributes to The BASIS and assists in other research-related tasks. Rhiannon graduated from Tufts University in 2017 with a degree in Clinical Psychology and Chinese.

Current Projects:

An Evidence-based Approach to Understanding Fantasy Sports Activities

Assessing Responsible Gambling in Massachusetts

Clinical Research & Training Collaboration between the Tung Wah Group of Hospitals Integrated Center for Addiction Prevention and Treatment (ICAPT) and the Division on Addiction, Cambridge Health Alliance

Developing a Computerized Assessment & Referral System (CARS)

Promoting Cultures of Recovery in Tribal Nations