Jacqueline Smith

Jacqueline Smith
Jacqueline Smith
Research Assistant

B.S., Psychological Sciences, College of William & Mary
M.A., Experimental Psychology, Towson University (May 2024)
Phone: 410.837.3977
Fax: 410.752.4218
Research Interests

Jacqueline spent the first part of their life in Jupiter, Florida before embarking on their academic ventures in Williamsburg, Virginia. They received their B.S. from the College of William & Mary in May 2022, where they majored in Psychological Sciences and minored in Sociology. Immediately following their undergraduate career, they continued moving up the east coast towards Maryland, attending Towson University for their M.A. in Experimental Psychology which will be granted in May 2024. Throughout their time in academia, Jacqueline has both assisted with and directed research projects spanning the various fields of Psychology. In particular, their personal research has focused on historical injustices within Psychology; more importantly, how individuals and organizations can begin to mend these ethical injuries through proper education and responsible research. In the future, they hope to return to school to pursue a Ph.D. in School Counseling where they can put their research into practice.

At FRI, Jacqueline works as a Research Assistant for the NIDA-funded study comparing sublingual and extended-release buprenorphine (BRIXADI) for individuals leaving jail in hopes to reduce relapse to opioid use, re-incarceration, and opioid overdoses, as well as improve the quality of life for patients.