Kent Hinkson is a Clinical Science Ph.D student at the University of Utah. Kent previously
served on active duty as a Non-Commissioned Officer in the United States Marine Corps
as a linguist/interrogator; his interest in PTSD and TBIs came about after being medically
retired from the Marine Corps.
Erika Roberge, B.A. is a Clinical Science Ph.D student at the University of Utah.
Erika worked at the Center for the Study of Traumatic Stress and the Washington DC
Veterans Affairs Medical Center examining the impact of posttraumatic stress disorder
(PTSD) on veterans and their spouses. Erika's primary research interests are in the
prevention and treatment of PTSD and suicide in military and veteran populations.
CPT Andrea Wolfe-Clark is currently an active duty officer pursuing a PhD in clinical psychology on an Special Operations Command sponsored scholarship. CPT Wolfe-Clark received a BS in psychology from Penn State and an MS in psychology from the University of Oregon. Her current research interests include resilience, and suicide risk in military and veteran populations.
Julia Harris, B.S. is a Clinical Science Ph.D. student at the University of Utah. Julia worked as a research assistant at Harvard University on a research study examining suicide-related cognition in Veterans. Under the supervision of Dr. Craig Bryan, Julia is currently working on research studies with military personnel examining (1) suicide screening procedures in primary care, (2) suicide classification and nomenclature, (3) suicide warning signs vs. risk factors.