Staff Directory

Administrative Team

Lisa Morse, B.S.

Senior Administrative Manager

Lisa joined the Health Policy Research Center in 2002. During her employment at MGH, Lisa has worked in both research and clinical administrative roles. Lisa is a volunteer with Minuteman Senior Services helping senior citizens better manage their finances. She earned her B.S. in Business Management from Boston University and is a certified research administrator.

Michele Reyen, M.P.H.

Program Manager

Michele is the Program Manager for the Health Promotion and Resiliency Intervention Research Program (HPRIR).  Since 2002, Michele has managed numerous clinical programs and research studies within the Tobacco Research and Treatment Center at Mass General.  In addition to the HPRIR, she manages the Cancer Center Smokefree Support Service, the MGB Employee Tobacco Treatment Program and several additional clinical trials.  

Project Managers

Calli Mitchell, M.P.H.

Calli is a Research Project Manager working with Dr. Elyse Park on the Health Insurance Navigation Tools (HINT II) study, a randomized control trial to evaluate a health insurance navigation program in childhood cancer survivors. Calli also works with Dr. Lara Traeger on the Enhancing Resilience in Senior Living Community Residents study implementing the SMART-3RP resiliency intervention in continuing care retirement facilities. Calli is excited to be working in health promotion and resiliency research.

Georgia Goodman, B.S.

Georgia is a Research Project Manager in the Department of Emergency Medicine at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, as well as a Project Manager in the Behavioral Science Research Program at The Fenway Institute. She is also affiliated with the Behavioral Medicine Program within the Department of Psychiatry at Massachusetts General Hospital. Georgia manages and works on multiple clinical trials involving the development of both behavioral interventions and novel technologies for adherence measurement in the context of HIV prevention and treatment.

Clinical Research Coordinators

Alexander Burns, B.S. 

Alexander is a recent graduate of Bentley University with a Bachelor of Science in Finance. He is interested in creating technological and artistic interventions to create equity for diverse groups in the medical space. Alexander is currently working on the United Against Racism research project and on a project using VR as an intervention for delirium. In addition to being a clinical research coordinator at MGH, Alexander works for The Peoples’ heART, a health, equity, and art non-profit from MGH. The Peoples’ heART transforms (mostly MGB) spaces to include artwork created by local artists that represent the diverse community that MGB serves. 

Gabriella Nicolosi, B.A.

Gabbie graduated from Wellesley College in 2023 where she majored in Psychology and minored in Latin American Studies. While at Wellesley, Gabbie was a collegiate athlete, an executive board member of a Latinx student-run organization, and researcher. Gabbie is thrilled to be joining the HPRIR team! In the future, she plans to pursue a PhD in Clinical Psychology.

Isabelle Miranda, B.S., B.A.

Isabelle is from Chandler, AZ and graduated from the University of Rochester in 2023 with a B.S in Neuroscience and a B.A. in Gender, Sexuality, and Women’s Studies. During her time at UR, she served as a captain on the varsity volleyball team and did research in the Emergency Department and Cognitive Neurophysiology Lab. Isabelle is so excited to learn from the HPRIR team while working on cancer survivorship, health inequity, and sexual health studies! She plans to pursue medical school in the future.

Joanna Cloutier, B.A.

Joanna is a Clinical Research Coordinator at HPRIR. She graduated from Bates College in 2023 with a major in Psychology and a concentration in Religious Studies. At Bates she captained the women’s soccer team her senior year and was involved in various mental health related extracurriculars. At HPRIR, Joanna is honored to be working with Dr. Giselle Perez-Lougee, Dr. Tina Luberto, Dr. Elyse Park, and Dr. Brett Goshe on various projects. In the future, Joanna plans to pursue a PhD in Clinical Psychology.

Michaela Markwart, B.A.

Michaela is a Clinical Research Coordinator for Dr. Daniel Hall and Dr. Giselle Perez. In May of 2022, she graduated from Wellesley College with a B.A. in Psychology and Political Science. She was a collegiate athlete and senior captain of her NCAA tennis team. Michaela is the President and Founder of Seeking Smiles Charity to benefit the Children’s Wing of the Wascana Rehabilitation Centre in Regina, SK Canada. She is thrilled to be a member of the HPRIR team! In the future, Michaela plans to pursue a PhD in Clinical Psychology. 

Natalie Durieux, B.S.

Natalie joined the HPRIR program as a Clinical Research Coordinator in 2023. She graduated from the University of Vermont in 2022, where she received a B.S. in Psychological Sciences and minored in Philosophy and Chemistry. She also captained the women’s soccer team at UVM. Natalie works on the Health Insurance Navigation Tools (HINT) study with Dr. Elyse Park, helps manage the SMART Program data repository for the Benson-Henry Institute for Mind Body Medicine, and serves as the HPRIR Program coordinator. Natalie’s research interests include mind-body interventions and holistic approaches to promote well-being. In the future, she plans to pursue a PhD in Clinical Psychology.


Reid Anctil, B.S.

Reid is a Clinical Research Coordinator (CRC) in the HPRIR program. He graduated from Champlain College in 2022 with a B.S. in Psychology and a minor in Business Administration. Reid works with Dr. Elyse Park and Dr. Gina Kruse on the Lung Screen ABC study, exploring the impacts of the COVID-19 Pandemic on lung cancer screenings. He also works with Dr. Lara Treager to implement the SMART-3RP resiliency intervention in continuing care retirement facilities. Prior to becoming a CRC, Reid interned at the program where he worked on various projects that focused on resiliency, mediators of resiliency, and sexual health needs in cancer patients. In the future, Reid hopes to continue working in the field of Positive Psychology through a PhD in Clinical Psychology.