Dr. Gray's research is broadly focused on health promotion in children and adolescents, with an emphasis on adherence to medical treatment in adolescents with chronic conditions and medical management during the transition from adolescence to young adulthood.

Her research is primarily focused on interventions to promote adherence to medical treatment among youth with chronic illness, particularly adolescents.

PhD, University of Florida, Clinical Psychology, 2010
MS, University of Florida, Clinical Psychology, 2006
BS, Duke University, Psychology, Biological Anthropology & Anatomy, 2004
adherence transition self-management intervention health disparities family cultural diversity clinical psychology quality of life program college students adolescent health attention deficit disorder diabetes obesity inflammatory bowel disease child or adolescent mental health child or maternal health health of underserved populations outcomes research (medical)
Crohn's and Colitis Foundation of America
Society of Pediatric Psychology