Ph.D., Georgia State University
M.A., University of South Florida
B.A., University of South Florida
Brittany Jean Taylor is a research associate II at the Center of Excellence for Children’s Behavioral Health at the Georgia Health Policy Center. She is a trained sociologist with expertise in qualitative, mixed methods, and behavioral risk surveillance research. She also brings research experience with HIV/AIDS prevention, co-occurring substance misuse and HIV diagnoses, behavioral risk factors among youth, and youth homelessness.
Taylor supports research and evaluation of the Recovery Support Clubhouse model and the Georgia Peer Support Network. Her recent projects also include assisting with evaluation for the Georgia Network for Therapeutic Support, and available treatment options for children with ADHD. Her research foci include harm reduction with substance misuse, intersectional solutions to health inequities, and health outcomes among LGBTQ youth of color. Her work has appeared in the Cambridge Handbook of Sexual Development: Childhood & Adolescence.