Ms. Natasha Obolensky is a Senior Research Project Coordinator in the Department of Emergency Medicine at Emory University School of Medicine. Natasha provides administrative support to the Emory Center for Injury Control (ECIC) and its faculty and leadership in the development and implementation of various violence and injury-related research projects and programs. She is responsible for preparing and distributing the ECIC’s quarterly newsletter, supervising ECIC Graduate Research Assistants, maintaining the ECIC’s library, and providing written support for faculty grant submissions and literature reviews. Prior to joining the School of Medicine, Natasha completed her Masters with the Rollins School of Public Health at Emory University in the Department of Behavioral Science and Health Education. Natasha has been involved with injury and violence prevention in her volunteer work for several years as well as in her coursework: evaluating a Safe Kids of DeKalb Program, creating curriculums and developing programs aimed at preventing sexual abuse and coping with intimate partner violence.