University at Buffalo

Behavioral Medicine Clinic

 
 

BMC Trainees

Christopher Radziwon, PhD is a post–doctoral fellow in Behavioral Medicine at the University at Buffalo School of Medicine. Dr. Radziwon received his PhD in counseling psychology from Pennsylvania State University. He brings a breadth of clinical experiences with a wide range of patients to his work at the Behavioral Medicine Clinic. Before joining the staff at the BMC, he interned at the University of Rochester where he worked at a number of facilities including Strong Memorial Hospital. Dr. Radziwon’s primary clinical interest is to understand the relationship between physical health and behavior and to use this information to help patients with chronic health problems lead healthier lives.

Camille Simonetti, B.A. is a third year doctoral student at the University at Buffalo in the Counseling, School, and Educational Psychology Department. She completed her undergraduate studies at Bucknell University where she earned a double degree in history and psychology. Camille works as a graduate research assistant at the Behavioral Medicine Clinic in the UB School of Medicine. Her current research interests include health psychology, the study of quality of life, and caregiver mental health.

Andrew Wurl, M.A. is a third year doctoral student at the University at Buffalo in the Counseling, School, and Educational Psychology Department. He completed his undergraduate degree at the University of Rochester and obtained his Masters degree from Medaille College. Prior to being a graduate research assistant at the Behavioral Medicine Clinic in the UB School of Medicine, he was a psychology intern at Roswell Park Cancer Institute in Buffalo. His current research interests include health psychology, the study of gender identity, and vocational psychology.

Adam Booth is currently a third year undergraduate student at Canisius College where he is pursuing a double major in the fields of biology and psychology. He is beginning his first year as a research assistant at the Behavioral Medicine Clinic where he supports the IBS Outcome Study. His professional goals are to pursue a graduate degree in psychology and engage in research exploring the biopsychosocial aspects of health.