Dr. Kimberly Driscoll is a licensed pediatric psychologist and Assistant Professor at the Florida State University College of Medicine. Her research interests focus on the use of sophisticated diabetes technology (i.e., blood glucose monitors, insulin pumps, and continuous glucose monitoring) to improve adherence to the type 1 diabetes treatment regimen and glycemic control. She teaches pediatric psychology seminars to undergraduate students and is a Doctoring small group co-facilitator for medical students. Dr. Driscoll earned her Ph.D. in clinical psychology from Florida State University. She completed her residency at Children’s Hospital and Clinics of Minnesota and her fellowship training at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center where she specialized in working with children with cystic fibrosis and their families. View Dr. Driscoll's CV.
Beth Gill graduated from Florida State University in May 2010 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and Theatre. As an undergraduate, Beth worked in the clinical psychology lab of Dr. Jesse Cougle and the social psychology lab of Dr. Jon Maner. While in the Maner lab, Beth completed an honors thesis that focused on shifts in social cognitive processes during ovulation. In her current position as Project Coordinator in the Driscoll lab, Beth is responsible for recruiting participants as well as DIS students, and managing and overseeing the collection of data. Beth plans to pursue a doctoral degree in social psychology.
Alana Resmini graduated Summa Cum Laude from Florida State University with a Bachelor of Science in psychology with honors and a minor in statistics in May 2010. Alana worked on a number of projects in Dr. Driscoll's lab before starting her honors thesis in the fall of 2008. Alana successfully defended her thesis "Blood Glucose Monitoring Adherence and Responsibility in Children and Adolescents with Type 1 Diabetes" in November 2009. She presented her thesis as a poster in the Undergraduate Research and Creative Endeavors Symposium and as an oral presentation during the Undergraduate Research Day hosted by the department of psychology. Alana is currently a graduate student in the clinical psychology department at Auburn University (child track) working under the direction of Dr. Michael Steele. Alana enjoys competitive swimming, reading fiction and attending Seminole football games. Go Noles!
Camilla Lamp graduated from Florida State University in 2006 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Science. She was the lab manager for Dr. Driscoll and Dr. Suzanne Bennett Johnson for 5 years, and was instrumental to the success of several research projects. Camilla recruited patients, managed databases, and collaborated with local endocrinologists, parents, and children with type 1 diabetes. She recently relocated to Miami, Florida, to pursue a doctorate in Podiatric Medicine at Barry University.