Taryn Dailey-Govoni is responsible for study design, data analysis and interpretation, and reporting of findings using data from Internet discussion forums, substance abuse treatment center assessments, Internet surveys, and participant interviews. Taryn qualitatively and quantitatively evaluates these data to address a variety of research questions related to substance use, non-medical use of prescription opioid medications, and use of tobacco products. Taryn also collects data from interview participants and is the senior Internet Monitoring coder at Inflexxion.
Taryn joined Inflexxion in 2008 after graduating from the University of New Hampshire with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Humanities. In 2016, Taryn earned a Master of Public Health degree concentrating in Epidemiology from the Boston University School of Public Health.