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Tyler Jennings is a research project manager for the Kentucky Injury Prevention and Research Center. His background is in IT project development and management, with a focus on building technical solutions for research problems. Prior to his role as a research project manager, Tyler was responsible for managing the IT infrastructure for the College of Public Health. Following that position, he worked with the Kentucky Injury Prevention and Research Center to design, develop, and launch a CDC-funded statewide addiction treatment locator with near-real-time bed availability called He is currently responsible for overseeing the development of a state and national website that will help individuals find available recovery housing beds, information, education, training, and research. Tyler is also supporting the FindHelpNowKY team as they work to expand the service to new jurisdictions.


  • MA, Information Communication Technology (in progress)
  • BA, Psychology Minor in French Language

Research Interests

  • Substance use disorder (treatment and recovery)
  • Human computer interaction
  • User experience and user interface design
  • Information architecture
  • Data management and visualization