Fiona Conway received her Ph.D. in social work from Rutgers School of Social Work and completed her postdoctoral training at the Center of Alcohol and Substance Use Studies at Rutgers University. Her research primarily involves collaborations with biomedical scientists to investigate the relationships between behavioral health and human biology. She is particularly interested in the relationships between stress, cardiovascular processes, and substance use. Her work focuses on intervention and implementation science in the fields of addiction and mental health. She is currently involved in research projects that develop, test, and deliver technology-assisted interventions. Her interdisciplinary research seeks to facilitate the transfer of new and innovative scientific strategies to prevention specialists and treatment providers.
Substance use disorders; biosocial research, bio-behavioral health, technology-assisted health interventions.