Research Associate I, Health Policy and Behavioral Sciences
Asha Bell earned her MPH with a concentration in Health Promotion and Behavior from Georgia State University in May 2018. Post-graduation, she worked as a clinical research coordinator at Emory University before returning to Georgia State as a Research Associate in the Mindful Living Lab in 2019.
Asha has experience in conducting research, project and database management, as well as community outreach. She is passionate about minority health and helping under-served populations.
Spears, C. A., Bell, S. A., Scarlett, C. A., Anderson, N. K., Cottrell-Daniels, C., Lotfalian, S., Bandlamudi, M., Sigurdardottir, A., Grant, A., Carter, B. P., Abroms, L. C., & Wetter, D. W. (2019). Text messaging to enhance mindfulness-based smoking cessation treatment: Program development through qualitative research. JMIR mHealth and uHealth, 7(1): e11246.