- Research Associate Professor
Dr. Orr was originally trained as a cognitive psychologist at the University of Illinois at Chicago. He received augmentation to this training with postdoctoral fellowships in computational modeling (Carnegie Mellon), neuroscience (Albert Einstein College of Medicine), and epidemiology/complex systems (Columbia University). Over the past decade, he has become heavily involved in understanding dynamic processes and drivers of risky behavior and decision making, primarily in a public health context, at the scale of the individual and populations. He is now currently expanding these ideas into other contexts and for other applications (e.g., DoD, DoE, DHS).
- Orr M, Ziemer KS, Chen D. Systems of Behavior in Population Health. Oxford University Press; 2016.
- Orr MG, Prescott MR, Cohen GH, Calabrese JR, Tamburrino MB, Liberzon I, Galea S. Potentially modifiable deployment characteristics and new-onset alcohol abuse or dependence in the US National Guard. Drug and alcohol dependence. 2014;142:325–332. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.drugalcdep.2014.07.005.
- Univ. Illinois at Chicago, Cognitive Psychology, PhD, 2003
- Postdoctoral Fellow, Computational Psych, Carnegie Mellon Univ. 2002-2004
- Postdoctoral Fellow, Neuroscience, Albert Einstein Coll. Med. 2004-2005
- Merit Fellowship, Epidemiology/Complex Systems, Columbia Univ., 2011-2014