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  • Robert Thibault

    Robert Thibault

    Postdoctoral Scholar, SCRDP/ Heart Disease Prevention

    BioDr. Thibault studies how to increase the rigour and reproducibility of scientific research. His work focuses on developing and evaluating solutions to shortcomings in the research ecosystem. He completed a PhD in cognitive neuroscience at McGill University in 2019. His doctoral work focused on brain imaging, including neurofeedback, placebos, and suggestion. This work is outlined in his book, Casting Light on The Dark Side of Brain Imaging, co-editied with Dr. Amir Raz. He then worked as a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Bristol University before joining the Meta-Research Innovation Center at Stanford University (METRICS) in 2021. His publications are available at https://scholar.google.ca/citations?user=zI1x2UYAAAAJ&hl=en&oi=ao

  • Diana Tordoff

    Diana Tordoff

    Postdoctoral Scholar, Nephrology

    BioDiana M. Tordoff, PhD, MPH is a postdoctoral scholar with The PRIDE Study (pridestudy.org) at the Stanford School of Medicine. She is an epidemiologist whose research focuses on LGBTQ+ health equity. Prior to joining The PRIDE Study, Diana was awarded an NIH Kirschstein National Research Service Fellowship for her doctoral dissertation, which examined the heterogeneity in HIV/STI prevalence, testing, and PrEP use among transgender and non-binary people and their partners in the US. Her interests include barriers and facilitators of healthcare access for LGBTQ+ communities, sexual and reproductive health, HIV/STI prevention, sexual orientation & gender identity (SOGI) measurement, phylogenetics and molecular epidemiology, and community-engaged research methods.

  • Nguyen K. Tran

    Nguyen K. Tran

    Postdoctoral Scholar, Nephrology

    BioNguyen K. Tran, PhD, MPH is a postdoctoral scholar with The PRIDE Study at Stanford University School of Medicine. His research aims to advance the health equity of communities facing social and structural forms of discrimination such as racism, homophobia, and transphobia. His work has focused on HIV prevention and harm reduction outcomes among people who use drugs as well as queer and transgender people. He is also interested in methods to evaluate the comparative effectiveness of social exposures and policies as well as reduce bias in observational studies.