Cory Davenport is both a Senior Researcher in the Unconventional Weapons and Technology Division of the National Consortium for the Study of Terrorism and Responses to Terrorism (START) as well as an Intelligence Community Postdoctoral Fellow. He currently serves as the lead investigator on the Counter-radicalization of Bioscientists in MENA project and on a line of research focused on the topic ‘insider threat’. Dr. Davenport has extensive experience in the fields of political psychology and biodefense / biosecurity. Prior to his current position at START, Dr. Davenport was a Fellow with the Center for Biodefense, Law, and Public Policy. He also served with F Co. 51st IN (LRSC) (Airborne), 525 Military Intelligence Battalion, a HUMINT asset of the XVIII Airborne Corps at Ft. Bragg, N.C. He tweets @CoryDavenport.
- Texas Tech University, Ph.D., Experimental Psychology, 2013
- San Diego State University, M.A., Experimental Psychology, 2011
- Michigan State University, B.S., Psychology, 2001
- Intelligence Community Postdoctoral Fellow, December 2014 - Present
- Senior Researcher, START, March 2014 - Present
- Researcher, START, Aug. 2013 - March 2014
- Fellow, Center for Biodefense, Law, and Public Policy, Aug. 2010 - May 2013