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Faculty

Staff

Associated Program Faculty

  • Cary Savage, Ph.D. (KUMC) John H. Wineinger Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences; Director, Center for Health Behavior Neuroscience
  • Martha Barnard, Ph.D. (KUMC) Clinical Associate Professor, Behavioral Pediatrics (psychological & biological bases of coping, rehabilitation and pediatrics)
  • Rhonda Johnson, Ph.D. Associate Professior, University of Kansa School of Medicine, Departments of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences and Medical Oncology.
  • Monica Kurylo, Ph.D., ABPP. (KUMC) Associate Professor, Rehabilitation Psychology and Neuropsychology
  • Eve-Lynn Nelson, Ph.D. (KUMC) Assistant Director of Research, Center for TeleMedicine & TeleHealth (behavioral pediatrics & telemedicine)
  • Michael Rapoff, Ph.D. (KUMC) Ralph Smith Professor of Pediatrics and Division Chief, Behavioral Pediatrics (pediatric and rehabilitation psychology, adherence to medical regimens)
  • Cyd Schnacke, Ph.D., Lecturer, KU Clinical Psychology Program
  • Bruce Liese, Ph.D., Lecturer, KU Clinical Psychology Program

Other Program Contributors:

  • Christie Befort, Ph.D., (KUMC) Assistant Professor, Preventive Medicine & Public Health.
  • Monical Biernat, Ph.D., Professor,, KU Psycyhology Dept, Social Program
  • Lisa Sanderson Cox, Ph.D. (KUMC) Research Assistant Professor, Preventive Medicine & Public Health (Preventive Medicine)
  • Chris Crandall, Ph.D. Professor, KU Psychology Department, Social Psychology (stigma of illness, prejudice toward handicapped people, measurement of life stress)
  • Ann McGrath Davis, Ph.D., MPH, ABPP (KUMC) Assistant Professor, Behavioral Pediatrics. (pediatric obesity, treatment & prevention; feeding issues in young children)
  • Omri Gillath, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, KU Psychology Department, Social Program
  • Andrea Greenhoot, Ph.D., Associate Professor, KU Psychology Department, Cognitive and Developmental Psychology
  • Yolanda Jackson, Ph.D. Professor, KU Clinical Child Psychology Program (resiliance, effects of culture on devlopment)
  • Rhonda Johnson, Ph.D. Associate Professior, University of Kansa School of Medicine, Departments of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences and Medical Oncology.
  • Barbara Kerr, Ph.D., Professor, KU Counseling Psychology Program
  • Jennifer Klemp, M.P.H, Ph.D., Clinical Psychologist/Cancer Risk Counselor; KU Medical Center; Program Manager, Breast Cancer Survivorship Center.
  • Steve Lassen, Ph.D., Clinical Assistant Professor, Behavioral Pediatrics, KU Medical Center
  • Steve Mandracchia, Ph.D., Director, Forensic Psychology, Western Missouri Mental Health Center Department of Forensic Service
  • Julie Nelson, Ph.D. Bert Nash Community Mental Health Center, Director DBT Training Program
  • Nicole Nollen, Ph.D. (KUMC) Assistant Professor, Preventive Medicine(nicotine and tobacco addiction, motivational interviewing. health disparities, diet, obesity, and physical activity)
  • Susana Patton, Ph.D., CDE, (KUMC) Associate Professor, Pediatrics (behavior therapy, nutrition/diet, type 1 diabetes, psychosocial adjustment to chronic pediatric diseases, adherence to medical regimens)
  • Vickie Peyton, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, KU Department of Psychology & Research in Education
  • Michael Roberts, Ph.D. Professor & Director, KU Clinical Child Psychology Program (health care and children)
  • Dean Skadeland, Psy.D., Clinical Chief Psychologist, VA Medical Center, Kansas City, Missouri
  • Ric Steele, Ph.D. Associate Professor, KU Clinical Child Psychology Program(pediatric health issues)
  • Eric Vernberg, Ph.D. Professor, KU Clinical Child Psychology Program; Director, Child and Family Services Clinic (developmental psychopathology, trauma, violence prevention)
  • Doug Witt, Ph.D., Lecturer, KU Clinical Psychology Program


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