Dr. Brenna Bray recently re-joined the ScribeConnect team after earning her Ph.D. in Biomedical Sciences (Specializing in Neuroscience) at University of South Dakota Sanford School of Medicine.
Dr. Bray has 4+ years of middle and upper management experience in the Clinical Scribe industry as well as 2 years of experience in the Textbook Publishing Industry. Dr. Bray is also a well-published author (Barr, Bray, & Forster, 2017; Bray, Clement, Turgeon, Weber, & Forster, in prep; Bray et al., 2016) and holds certifications from the Denver University Publishing Institute (DUPI) and the American Medical Writers Association (AMWA).
In her former role as Director of Education and Development at ScribeConnect (2013 – 2016), Dr. Bray was an integral part in helping to develop ScribeConnect’s Training Programs and Resources. She is excited to make these resources available online through a new Clinical Scribe Accelerator Training (CSAT) platform!
Barr, J. L., Bray, B., & Forster, G. L. (2017). The Hippocampus as a Neural Link between Negative Affect and Vulnerability for Psychostimulant Relapse. In A. Stuchlik (Ed.), The Hippocampus. IntechOpen.
Bray, B., Clement, K. A., Turgeon, D., Weber, M. A., & Forster, G. (in prep). Corticosterone in the ventral hippocampus differentially alters accumbal dopamine output in drug-naïve and amphetamine-withdrawn rats. Neuropharmacology.
Bray, B., Scholl, J. L., Tu, W., Watt, M. J., Renner, K. J., & Forster, G. L. (2016). Amphetamine withdrawal differentially affects hippocampal and peripheral corticosterone levels in response to stress. Brain Res, 1644, 278-287. doi:10.1016/j.brainres.2016.05.030