Vi received her MPH from The University of Texas Health Science Center in 2012, where she focused on Health Promotion and Behavioral Sciences. Her master’s thesis was conducted with Dr. Jeff Temple’s longitudinal study on adolescent risk behaviors and focused on coping behaviors and substance use. She is currently in the Population Health Sciences Ph.D. Program under the mentorship of Dr. Jeff Temple and Dr. Susan Weller. Her dissertation research is focused on the longitudinal effects of changes in impulsivity and adolescent substance use.
- B.S., 2010, University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas
MPH, 2012, University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas
2013, GSBS University Federal Credit Union Scholarship,
2013, Jason E. Perlman Research Award,
2014, Field Epidemiology Course in Peru Scholarship,
Temple, J.R., Le, V.D., van den Berg, P., Ling, Y., Paul, J.A., Temple, B.W. (2014). Brief Report: Teen sexting and psychosocial health. Journal of Adolescence, 37(1), 33-36.
Temple, J.R., Shorey, R.C., Fite, P.J., Stuart, GL., & Le, V.D. (2013). Substance Use as a Longitudinal Predictor of the Perpetration of Teen Dating Violence. Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 42, 596-606.
Temple, J.R., Le, V.D., Muir, A., Goforth, L., & McElhany, A.L. (2013). The Need for School-Based Teen Dating Violence Prevention. Journal of Applied Research on Children: Informing Policy for Children at Risk, 4, Iss.1, Article 4.