InCHIP “K” Awards Recipients Michael Copenhaver, PhD Allied Health Sciences His research involves the development and implementation of evidence-based HIV prevention strategies. Emily Hennessy, PhD Recovery Research Institute at Harvard University Her research examines factors associated with health behavior change among adolescents. Lindsey Lepley, PhD School of Kinesiology at UMichigan Her research involves the identification of neuromuscular mechanisms and rehabilitation strategies to treat dysfunction after joint injury. Sherry Pagoto, PhD Allied Health Sciences Her research focuses on leveraging technology in the development and delivery of behavioral interventions. Roman Shrestha, PhD Allied Health Sciences His research centers on interventions and implementation science at the interface of HIV and substance use. Ryan Watson, PhD HDFS His research is focused on reducing health disparities among sexual and gender minority (SGM) youth and young adults.