Our Team

Ruby H.N. Nguyen, PhD

Associate Professor in the Division of Epidemiology & Community Health at the University of Minnesota

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Ruby Nguyen is the TIDES center director for the University of Minnesota research site. Her epidemiological research focuses on the reproductive health of both males and females, including work on couples-based exposures, problems with conception and pregnancy such as birth defects, and growth and development.

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Stacey Moe, MPH

Project Coordinator


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Ms. Moe is an experienced study coordinator with 20 years of experience managing both large-scale and small-scale research studies. Ms. Moe serves as the main point of contact for the study.


Pamela Carr-Manthe

Evaluation Coordinator


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Ms. Carr-Manthe is an experienced evaluation and data collection coordinator with over 15 years of experience working on large- and small-scale research studies.


Abigail Gelineau

Research Professional


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Ms. Gelineau co-coordinates our data collection efforts. She is also a graduate student pursuing her MPH in Public Health Nutrition.


Lauren Lundberg

Research Professional


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Ms. Lundberg co-coordinates our data collection efforts. She is also a graduate student pursuing her MPH in Community Health Promotion.


Isabel Ricke, MPH

Graduate Research Assistant


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Ms. Ricke is our graduate research assistant and is currently pursuing her PhD in Epidemiology. She is working on analysis and publication of TIDES papers and may work with participants at clinic visits.


Lynette Renner, PhD, MSW, LICSW

Professor in the School of Social Work at the University of Minnesota

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Lynette Renner’s research is focused on violence against women and children, mental and behavioral health, help-seeking, and service use. Her practice background focused on working with adolescents and adults in areas of mental health, substance use, suicide, and violence.

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Helena Molero, MD

Assistant Professor in the Department of Pediatrics at the University of Minnesota

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Dr. Molero is a pediatric pulmonologist and sleep medicine physician. Her clinical practice and academic research focus on pediatric sleep health and sleep disorder treatment and pediatric pulmonology. Specifically, she focuses her work on pediatric asthma, sleep apnea, sleep disorders, chronic lung diseases, cystic fibrosis, and neuromuscular diseases.

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