Lodi Rohrer, MSPH
Ms. Rohrer is a Senior Social and Behavioral Researcher in the Department of Child and Family Studies at the University of South Florida. She is currently the principal investigator for an evaluation of two substance abuse prevention and treatment initiatives that are designed to combat the opioid crisis in Florida. She also serves as principal investigator for evaluations of several prevention programs that target families in the child welfare system. In addition to overseeing program evaluation efforts, she has considerable expertise in developing and administering surveys, facilitating interviews and focus groups, managing administrative databases, conducting statistical analyses, and disseminating study results for state- and federally-funded research projects. She has presented at several local and national conferences and has co-authored over 10 peer-reviewed publications. Ms. Rohrer is pursuing a Ph.D. degree in educational measurement and research, and holds an M.S. degree in public health from the University of South Florida and a B.A. degree in psychology from the George Washington University.