Christine LaBelle, B.S.

Research Assistant II
Christine LaBelle, B.S., is a research assistant II for Advocates for Human Potential’s (AHP’s) Center for Research and Evaluation. Ms. LaBelle enrolls, tracks, and conducts face-to-face and phone interviews and is responsible for data collection, entry, and management; funds collection, tracking, and management; assists with focus groups of study participants or key informants; acts as a liaison between evaluation and provider staff to support smooth operations and data collection; and contributes to literature reviews and proposal submissions. Before joining AHP, she was a research assistant for government-funded neurological and behavior research relating to veterans. Ms. LaBelle co-authored a 65-page literature review and grant proposal concerning secondary trauma in children, which won the Braun award for best senior-level paper at Lasell University. In addition, she was part of a group that designed, executed, and analyzed the data of an experiment set to determine the effects of facial characteristics on perceived personality attributes. She is skilled in Endnote, Medidata, and SPSS and has data analysis experience with intergenerational problem-solving research. Ms. LaBelle holds a B.S. in psychology with a minor in forensic studies from Lasell University.





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