Ph.D., 2021, Oregon State University, Human Development and Family Studies
M.S., 2018, University of Tennessee, Child and Family Studies
B.S., 2016, University of Tennessee, Child and Family Studies
Nicole Mullican is Lab Manager of the Alcohol and Sexual Assault Prevention (ASAP) Lab in the Mark Chaffin Center for Healthy Development. Nicole has a strong background in applied child welfare research and has collaborated with the Oregon Department of Human Services on efforts to improve foster parent support and retention.
Nicole’s doctoral work in Human Development and Family Studies, a program housed in Oregon State University’s School of Public Health, led to a particular interest in prevention as a means of improving human development. In her role as lab manager, she will use her previous research experience and interest in prevention efforts to support various funded projects in the ASAP Lab.