Phd in Nursing Students

Understanding risk factors for suicidal behaviors and improving prevention efforts.

Orthopaedic Trauma, Post-Injury Symptoms, Symptom Clusters, Omics, Fracture Care

Adolescent health, marginalized youth. 

Cancer survivorship, sleep health, circadian rhythms, symptom science

Metabolic health in Post 9/11 Veterans

Adolescent/emerging adult mental health and biobehavioral development; intersectionality, health inequities, and structural violence; resilience and post-traumatic growth; mixed-methods and community-engaged research approaches

Check out why Brianna decided to obtain her PhD in nursing from Yale.

Psychosocial challenges facing patients with diabetes (and other chronic diseases) in resource-limited settings. Health disparities and health psychology.

Planetary health, climate crisis, global health, older adults, geriatrics, resilience, adaptation

Symptom management and palliative care

Psychosocial interventions to improve self-management and health outcomes for cancer patients. Palliative care and end-of-life care delivery.  Health services implementation and quality improvement.

Global health, planetary health, HIV/AIDS, women’s health, reproductive health, non-communicable diseases, immigrant/refugee health, health equity.

Baram Kang

Sleep health; Sleep health equity; Social determinants of sleep health; Mental health; Pediatric, adolescents and young adults; Socio-ecological framework

Health equity, specific interest in Racial/Ethnic Disparities in Maternal Morbidity in Active Duty Servicemembers Receiving Care in the Military Health System