Dr. Fernandez’s research program is built on over two decades of combined national and international social work and public health research, practice, teaching, and service experience with Indigenous, Latinx, and other marginalized communities in inpatient and outpatient health care settings, academic settings, non-profit organizations, and the Peace Corps.
Dr. Tebbe’s research centers on investigating the factors driving mental health inequities among queer and trans/nonbinary people and communities, with an aim towards developing and implementing community-centered prevention and intervention strategies to alleviate distress and promote health and well-being.
2021 Vice Chancellor for Finance and Administration (VCFA) Professional Development Scholarship, UW-Madison 2020 Midwest Nursing Research Society/Sigma Research Award 2016 Johnson Research Award, UW-Madison, School of Nursing 2015 Dr. Joy Calkin Doctoral Student Support Award …
Dr. Greene’s research examines the mechanisms that cause and perpetuate disparities in sexual and reproductive health, with a focus on health providers and health systems factors.
Dr. Zuelsdorff is an epidemiologist studying social-biological mechanisms that underlie cognitive health and health disparities in older populations.
Dr. Lor’s overall research program aim to reduce health disparities by improving symptom management and quality of life for patients with communication challenges, particularly those with limited English proficiency (LEP).
Areas of Interest: improving health service delivery & outcomes for older adults with dementia, pain & symptom management, transitions in health & care