Adolescent Medicine Fellowship

Our Team - Fellows

 

Ola Mscichowski, MD

Fellow

Education: St. George's University School of Medicine


Residency: Guthrie/Robert Packer Hospital in Sayure, PA, Family Medicine Residency 


 

Bio: Dr. Ola Mscichowski is a first year fellow in Adolescent Medicine at Indiana University School of Medicine. Her interests include teen pregnancy prevention, engaging adolescence toward healthier behaviors to prevent chronic illnesses in adulthood. Additionally, she is evaluating the role of integrative medicine in the context of adolescent health. She is currently planning to persue a Master of Public Health at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis.

Jaime Taylor, DO

Jaime Taylor, DO

Fellow

Current Research Interest: Delivery of adolescent healthcare in the primary care setting, Resident Education, and reproductive health issues

 


 

Education: Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine. Masters of Science in Clinical Research, Indiana University

 


 

Residency: William Beaumont Hospital, Troy MI Family Medicine Residency 

 


 

Bio: Dr. Jaime Taylor is a third year fellow in Adolescent Medicine at Indiana University School of Medicine. Her research is currently focused on how providers care for adolescent patients specifically noting commonalities and differences between Family Medicine physicians and Pediatricians. She is also evaluating the implementation of expedited partner treatments in our teen clinics. 

 

Musheni Nsa, MD

Fellow

Current Research Interest: Improvement of STI management in adolescents; Management of sexual health in adolescents from underrepresented communities; Understanding violent risk behavior in urban adolescent and implementing prevention programs through healthcare settings. 


 Education: University of North Carolina School of Medicine in Chapel Hill, NC


 Residency: Our Lady of the Lake Pediatric Residency Program in Baton Rouge, LA


 Bio: Dr. Musheni Nsa is a first year fellow in Adolescent Medicine at Indiana University School of Medicine. Her interests are in the adolescent sexual health, STI, and youth violence prevention. She is currently pursuing a Master of Science degree in clinical research at Indiana University. 

 

Valerie Anderson, PhD

Post-doctoral Fellow

Current Research Interest: Female juvenile delinquency, risk and protective factors for adolescent offending across ecological levels, juvenile justice policy, gender-responsive programming, mixed methods research. 


Education: 2015- PhD., Michigan State University, Ecological-Community Psychology

 

2012- M.A., Michigan State University, Ecological-Community Psychology  

 

    2009- B.S., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Psychology


Bio: Dr. Valerie Anderson is a community psychologist and postdoctoral fellow in Adolescent Medicine at Indiana University School of Medicine. Her current research is focused on the intersection of gender and the juvenile justice system with a particular emphasis on girls' risk factors and trajectories in the system as well as the system's response (e.g. practices & policies) to female delinquency. She is also interested in the development and provision of gender-responsive intervention for adolescent girls. 


Richard Brandon-Friedman, MSW, LCSW, LCAC

Richard Brandon-Friedman, MSW, LCSW, LCAC

PhD (c)

Current Research Interest: Formation of identity in LGBTQ and adolescents; sexuality and sexual health education for youth in foster care; Interventions with hard-to-reach youth; the effects of trauma on youth and adolescents; the navigation of social versus intrapersonal identities. 

 


 

Education: Indiana University School of Social Work; Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender, and Reproduction

 


 

Bio: Richard is a thrid-year doctoral student at the Indiana University School of Social Work and a co-leader of LEAH. In the past two years he has presented at several international, national, and state conferences on theoretical and practice-based approaches to sexuality and he is currently in the process of completing his qualifying exams prior to being admitted to PhD candidacy.