Palliative Care Research National Collaborators

Palliative Care Research National Collaborators

Joan Teno, M.D., M.S., Professor of Community Health (Research), Department of Community Health and Center for Gerontology & Health Care Research, Brown University School of Medicine. Dr. Teno is an internationally recognized health services researcher in the area of seriously ill and dying older patients. Dr. Mitchell is a co-investigator on Dr. Teno's NIH-NI R01 NR009826: Improving Decision-Making About Feeding Options for Dementia Patients. Learn More>  

Susan C. Miller, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Community Health (Research), Department of Community Health and Center for Gerontology & Health Care Research, Brown University School of Medicine.  Dr. Miller is an internationally recognized health policy researcher in the area of hospice care in nursing homes.  Learn More>
Vincent Mor, Ph.D. Professor of Community Health (Research), Department of Community Health and Center for Gerontology & Health Care Research, Brown University School of Medicine.  Dr. Mor is an internationally recognized health policy researcher. Learn More>
Laura C. Hanson, M.D., M.P.H. Associate Professor, Center for Aging and Health, Division of Geriatric Medicine, Department of Medicine, University of North Carolina School of Medicine. She is also a faculty liason for the Interdisciplinary Certificate in Aging program. Dr. Hanson co-directs the UNC Pain and Symptom Care Program, a collaborative interdisciplinary program to promote clinical service, education and research in palliative care. Dr. Mitchell is a co-investigator on Dr. Hanson's NIH-NIA R01  AG024265: Feeding Tube Use Among Persons with Advanced Dementia. Learn More> 
Holly Prigerson, Ph.D.  Associate Professor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School and the director of the Center for Psycho-Oncology and Palliative Care Research at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. She received her Ph.D. in 1990 from Stanford University. Her research focuses on the mental health of bereaved caregivers, and she collaborates with Dr. Mitchell on studies related to grief and bereavement in family members of patients with advanced dementia. Learn More>
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