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IWRI

Indigenous Research Trainees // Indigenous Substance Abuse, Medicines, and Health Research Training (ISMART)


Roberto Orellana, PhD

Associate Professor, Social Work at Portland State University

Matthew Town, PhD, MPH (Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma)

Assistant Professor, Department of Public Health, Pacific University Oregon

ISMART-Cohort 2

Angela Fernandez, PhC MSW (Menominee)

Indigenous Social Welfare PhD Student, IWRI

ISMART-Cohort 3

Jessica Black, MSW (Gwich’in Athabascan)

PhD Candidate, Washington University in St. Louis Brown School

ISMART-Cohort 4

Ashleigh Coser (Muscogee (Creek), Choctaw, and Chickasaw Nations)

Doctoral student, Psychology, Oklahoma State University

Laverne Demientieff, LMSW, PhD

Clinical Associate Professor, Department of Social Work, University of Alaska Fairbanks

Danielle R. Eakins

Doctoral student, Psychology, University of Washington

ISMART-Cohort 5

Antonia R.G. Alvarez, LMSW (Mestiza Pinay)

Doctoral Student, School of Social Work, University of Denver

Jerreed Ivanich, M.S. (Alaskan Native – Tsimshian)

Doctoral Student, Sociology, University of Nebraska, Lincoln

ISMART-Cohort 6

Ricky Camplain, PhD

Postdoctoral Scholar, Northern Arizona University's Center for Health Equity Research

Charles Lea, PhD

Assistant Professor, School of Social Work, University of Washington