Belinda Borrelli is a Professor at Brown University and Visiting Professor at the University of Manchester, UK. She develops and tests treatments to motivate health behavior change (smoking cessation, medication adherence, oral health, sleep apnea, asthma) in many populations (people with disabilities, African Americans, Latinos, urban teens, older adults). She is interested in 1) increasing risk perception through health feedback, 2) working with culturally diverse populations & 3) mHealth.
Belinda Borrelli, PhD is Professor of Psychiatry and Director of the Program in Nicotine and Tobacco at Brown Medical School & The Miriam Hospital. She also has an appointment as Professor in the Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences, Brown University School of Public Health. She was also recently appointed as Visiting Professor at the University of Manchester, United Kingdom. Dr. Borrelli has over 80 peer-reviewed publications and is the Principal Investigator or Co-investigator of grants on motivating behavior change across diverse areas including smoking cessation, medication adherence, asthma, oral health, sleep apnea, diet, exercise, and obesity. Dr. Borrelli has given over 65 invited talks on her research. Dr. Borrelli was the previous Associate Editor of the Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology and is currently Associate Editor of Health Psychology, the most cited journal in psychology. She has served on various scientific grant review committee at the National Institutes of Health. She is a Fellow of the American Psychological Association and Chair of the Division 38 membership council.
BELINDA BORRELLI, PHD, MA
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