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Reynolds Morrison, PhD, MPH

Reynolds Morrison holds a doctorate in Public Health from the Georgia State University School of Public Health. His research interests include identifying factors that impact quality of life and healthcare outcomes among race/ethnic minorities with cognitive impairment/dementia. Under the guidance of his mentor (Dr. Kate Lapane), his current work is focused on examining how various characteristics and contextual factors, such as observed pain behaviors, level of cognitive impairment, and race/ethnicity, are associated with pain diagnosis and management among nursing home residents. Reynolds previously served as an epidemiologist at a state health department and has several years of experience analyzing large datasets and preparing reports for public release.