Nicole Ennis, PhD

Nicole Ennis, PhD
Nicole Ennis, PhD
Director

Nicole Ennis, PhD, Director is an Associate Professor and Vice Chair of the Department of Behavioral Sciences and Social Medicine at Florida State University (FSU), Director of the intervention Research Advancing Care Equity Lab (iRACE), and Director of the Community Engagement Core Program at the FSU Center for Translational Behavioral Sciences. She is also Affiliate Faculty in the Department of Clinical and Health Psychology at University of Florida and a Licensed Psychologist in the state of Florida.

Dr. Ennis’ research agenda spans the translation spectrum from T1, clinical efficacy of interventions to T3, dissemination and implementation of evidence-based interventions. Her work uses new and emerging knowledge in dissemination and implementation science and community-engaged research to develop and implement maximally efficacious interventions for people living with chronic/life-limiting illness.

Dr. Ennis currently serves as PI/MPI on three National Institutes of Health funded grants. She has published numerous peer-reviewed manuscripts and presented her work at national and international conferences. She also serves on the editorial board for two American Psychology Association (APA) journals.

Dr. Ennis currently has an NIH-funded project examining the effects of medical marijuana on driving and executive functions in mid and late life adults.

Experience

Associate Professor

Department of Behavioral Sciences and Social Medicine

Florida State University in Tallahassee, FL
Director

intervention Research Advancing Care Equity Lab (iRACE)

Florida State University in Tallahassee, FL
Faculty (Courtesy)

Center for Translational Behavioral Science

Florida State University in Tallahassee, FL
Faculty

Department of Clinical and Health Psychology

University of Florida in Gainesville, FL

Education

2003

Biopsychosocial Research in HIV/AIDS Fellowship

University of Miami
2001

Clinical Psychology Ph.D.

Kent State University
1998

Clinical Psychology M.A

Kent State University
1996

Human Development with Honors B.S.

Penn State University