Meghan Nix is a Project Coordinator for the Tobacco Center of Regulatory Science within the School of Public Health where she manages multiple research projects and grant submissions. She is involved in the evaluation of the TCORS Training Core as well as providing organization and tracking of TCORS-related publications and presentations. Meghan also provides qualitative and quantitative analyses for tobacco-related research projects both within TCORS and within the School of Public Health. She is also involved in the writing of manuscripts for publication in the field of tobacco control.
Meghan received a Master of Public Health with a concentration in Health Promotion and Behavior from Georgia State University in the Spring of 2013. Her Master’s thesis examined the relationship between parental stress, parent-child interaction, and child language outcomes. Meghan also received a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from the University of Georgia in 2010. Meghan’s undergraduate research at the University of Georgia focused on infant and child visual development.