Stecher's research is in behavioral health economics and focuses on topics ranging from identifying the determinants of physicians' treatment choice to designing interventions to promote healthier daily habits.
Wardenaar is an assistant professor at the School of Nutrition and Health Promotion (SNHP) and Sun Devil Athletics at Arizona State University with expertise on Sports Nutrition.
Connell's passion is helping students launch their healthcare careers and helping people learn how to implement a healthy lifestyle to prevent, delay or minimize chronic disease during their lifetime.
Cordell is interested in the cultural influencers on our health and the how our environment can shape our behavior.
Rachael Don teaches the Science of Healthcare Delivery. Additionally, she is the Degree Director for the Health Sciences program as well as the program's Faculty Honors Advisor for Barrett Honors College students.
Forouzeshyekta is a medical studies lecturer and received her doctorate from the Texas Chiropractic College.
Hollingsworth has work experience designing curriculum, starting and running an academic department, as well as
teaching at the community college and university levels, both in the U.S. and abroad.
Yost studies auditory perception, i.e., hearing in humans with normal and impaired hearing and in animals.
DeWeese's research interests include examining the influence of the built environment on food and physical activity behaviors, as well as policies that make healthy choices easy.
LaCross' primary specializations are phonetics and phonology.
Phillips teaches undergraduate and graduate students in a variety of classes such as health systems and design, health disparities and population health.
Patel's expertise is in complexity of the distributed cognitive system that underlies critical care decisions and on the impact of technology on human cognition and performance.
Lindsey is a subject matter expert in the areas of Motivational Interviewing, Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT), and the Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) model.
Macintyre leads a research program in control and prevention of infectious diseases, spanning biosecurity, epidemiology, risk analysis, vaccinology, personal protective equipment, mathematical modelling, and public health.
Ainsworth is a Regents Professor Emerita with expertise in physical activity assessment. She is the lead author for the Adult Compendium of Physical Activity.
Dorman's group investigates many aspects of speech, voice and music perception by patients fit with cochlear implants and by normal-hearing subjects listening to simulations of cochlear implants.
Dr. Robert Greenes has authored more than 250 publications in the areas of clinical decision support, models and approaches for decision making; the knowledge representation to support it; and clinical application.
David Ingram is a professor of speech and hearing science. He directs the Child Language Research Laboratory and conducts research on how young children acquire language across linguistic contexts.
Johnson is the founder of the Center for Health Information and Research and expert in health economics informatics.
Landers examines the effects of exercise on relaxation/mood alteration, including anxiety and depression; ability to cope with psychosocial stressors; quality and quantity of sleep; and cognitive function.
Stelmach is involved in the Emeritus College at ASU and continues to serve on review boards for the National Institutes of Health and Department of Veterans Affairs.
Dr. Mehrnaz Abbasi is a Postdoctoral Scholar at the College of Health Solutions at ASU.
Gallucci is an Academic Advisor in the College of Health Solutions.
Meg Bruening's research interests include public health nutrition promotion and obesity prevention targeted to underserved, vulnerable youth and families.
Cataldo is a Certified Exercise Physiologist and Certified Health and Fitness Specialist.