Dr. Conway joined the Rutgers Center of Alcohol Studies in 2016 as a postdoctoral research associate in both the Athlete Health and Neuroscience Laboratory and the Cardiac Neuroscience Laboratory. Her primary goal is to develop a research program focused on intervention and implementation science in the fields of addiction and mental health. Her research seeks to facilitate the transfer of new and innovative scientific strategies to prevention specialists and treatment providers. Dr. Conway also teaches in the undergraduate and graduate programs at Rutgers School of Social Work.
Bates, M., Rothschild, L., Conway, F., Monaco, R., Ray, A., Barnas, P., Hoge, L., & Buckman, J. (2015). Identifying risk for eating disorders in student athletes entering college. Journal of Behavioral Addictions, 4(sup1), 47-48.
Deglau, E., Ray, A., Conway, F., Carre-Lee, N., Waldman, W., Cunningham, K., Harrison, T., Bales, H., & Powell, T. (2015). Practice Change in Child Welfare: The Interface of Training and Social Work Education, Journal of Social Work Education, 51(sup2), S153-S172.
Conway, F., McCarthy, J., Talreja, P., & Conway, F. (2013). Thought disorder and language disorder among sexually abused children in a psychiatric hospital. Psychological Reports, 112(2), 340-352.
Conway, F. & Conway, F. (2012). So Far Away: A Daughter's Memoir of Life, Loss, and Love: A Book Review. Journal of Women & Aging, 24(2), 171-173.
|PhD||Rutgers University||Social Work||2016|
|MSW||Rutgers University||Social Work||2013|
|BA||New York University||Media Studies||2002|
2016, Leon A. Greenberg Award for Outstanding Graduate Student
- Diversity and Oppression
- Reseach Methods I
- Research Methods II
- Social Welfare Policy and Services