Gina Shkodriani, PhD, is a Principal Research Associate, with 25 years of experience in social science research. She oversees qualitative and quantitative studies with a successful record as a senior project manager. Shkodriani has demonstrated expertise in designing and conducting qualitative studies, including designing study plans; developing protocols and questionnaires; conducting questionnaire expert reviews; and conducting in-depth, stakeholder, and cognitive interviews. She has led numerous qualitative and quantitative studies across multiple federal agencies, including CDC, BLS, USPTO, and FDA.
Currently, Shkodriani is the project director for the CDC’s Cognitive Testing for the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) and Technical Assistance contract, BLS’s American Time Use Survey (ATUS) Web Diary Development and Testing usability study, and is a task lead for FDA’s measurement development and cognitive testing for the Perceptions of Efficacy and Adherence in Prescription Drug Use Related Software (PDURS) Products study.
PhD, Applied Experimental Psychology (Social Psychology), Saint Louis University
MS, Research (Applied Experimental Psychology), Saint Louis University
BA, Psychology and Women’s Studies, University of Missouri-Columbia