|Current Position:||Investigator, Prevention Research Branch |
Division of Epidemiology, Statistics & Prevention Research
Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health & Human Development
National Institutes of Health
|Address:||6100 Executive Blvd. |
Room 7B13R, MSC 7510
Bethesda, Maryland 20892-7510
1998 PhD, Community/Clinical Psychology, Wichita State University
1995 MA, Community/Clinical Psychology, Wichita State University
1988 BSN, Nursing, Fort Hays State University
|License:||Registered Nurse, Kansas State Board of Nursing|
Postdoctoral Fellow, Prevention Research Branch, Division of Epidemiology, Statistics, and Prevention Research, National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, Bethesda, Maryland 9/98 to 10/01
Predoctoral Intern, Office of Community Health Cooperative Extension Service, Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas, 8/96 to 8/98
Graduate Teaching and Research Assistant, Wichita State University, Wichita, Kansas, 8/91 to 7/96
Nursing Research and Development Specialist; Professional Care Home Health Services, Wichita, Kansas, 6/94 to 7/96
Registered Nurse, Psychiatric Home Health Care Services; Professional Care Home Health Services, Wichita, Kansas, 10/93 to 7/96
Registered Nurse, Behavioral Health, Via Christi Regional Medical Center, St. Francis Campus, Wichita, Kansas, 5/88 to 7/96
Psychology of Health and Illness (undergraduate), Wichita State University, 1995-1996 Advanced Research Methods Lab (graduate), Wichita State University; 1993-1996 Introduction to Psychology (undergraduate), Wichita State University, 1994-1995
George Washington University; School of Public Health and Health Services; A Case Study in
Tailored Communications, April 2004
Fort Hays State University; Departments of Psychology and Nursing; Prevention & Health Behavior Change in Primary Care Settings: Challenges & Opportunities, October 2002 Tabor College; Department of Education; Bullying among U.S. Youth, Feb. 2002 George Washington University; Maternal and Child Health; Intentional and Unintentional Injuries, June 2001
Principal Investigator, Enhancing Carbohydrate Quality in Diabetes Management, NICHD, $5,523,131, 2007-2013. Contract #’s HHSN267200703434C, HHSN275200800003I/HHSN275002
Principal Investigator, Family Management of Childhood Diabetes, NICHD, $8,855,719, 20032009. Contract #’s N01-HD-4-3361, N01-HD-4-3362, N01-HD-4-3363, N01-HD-43364, N01-HD-3-3360.
Principal Investigator, Blood Glucose Response to Meals of Varying Glycemic Index in Youth with Type 1 & 2 Diabetes, NICHD, $37,464, 2006.
Principal Investigator, Dissemination of a tailored injury prevention program to facilitate anticipatory guidance in pediatric health care, NICHD, $58,455, 2005-2009.
Principal Investigator, Feasibility And Acceptability Of A Low Glycemic Index Diet In The Diabetes Camp Setting, NICHD, $29,479, 2004.
Principal Investigator, Office-Based Interactive Computer Technology for Promoting Diabetes Self-Management among Youth, NICHD, $70,006, 2002-2003.
Principal Investigator, The Diabetes Management Study, NICHD, $146,382, 2002-2006.
Co-Investigator, Developmental Influences on Management of Type 1 Diabetes, NICHD, $106,246, 2002-2005.
Principal Investigator, Tailored Parent and Physician Messages for Pediatric Injury Prevention, NICHD, $58,050, 2001-2004.
Principal Investigator, Validity of a Self-Report Measure of Home Safety Behaviors, NICHD, $16,086, 2001-2004.
Principal Investigator, The Effectiveness of Tailored Communication for Pediatric Injury Prevention, NICHD, $22,050, 1999-2000.
National Research Service Award, National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, Testing a Theoretical Model of HIV and AODA Prevention, $16,789, 1997-1998.
Community Health Council: Capacity Building and Program Development for an Integrated Future, Health Resources and Services Administration Rural Health Outreach Program, $597,439, 1998-2001. (Member of grant-writing team; served as research assistant on the conduct of the grant activities.)
Youth Environments Promoting Nutrition and Activity, National Institute on Child Health and Human Development (multi-institute collaborative) $1,860,732, 1999-2003. (Member of grant-writing team. Originally named as project director on grant, but relinquished the position to accept NIH postdoctoral fellowship.)
Co-Investigator, Health Needs Assessment for Children Ages 12 and Under in Cloud County, Kansas, Cloud County Community Resource Council, $8,555, 1996-1997.
Treasurer, Behavioral Research in Diabetes Group Exchange, 2009-2012 Co-president, Behavioral Research in Diabetes Group Exchange, 2008-2009 Division 27 (Society for Community Research and Action) Student Representative, 1992-1996
International Society of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2011-current Society of Behavioral Medicine 2011-current Behavioral Research in Diabetes Group Exchange 2003-current American Diabetes Association, 2001-current Society for Prevention Research, 1998-2002 Southwestern Psychological Association, 1993-1998 Division 27 (Society for Community Research and Action), 1991-1996
NICHD/NIDDK/NHLBI/ORD expert panel member “Toward a working definition of the metabolic syndrome in children and adolescents,” 2006 – 2007 Health and Safety Organizations Implementation Working Group Subcommittee, Health
Resources and Service Administration’s National Bullying Prevention Campaign, 2003-2004
Washington DC William’s Transition ’98 Subcommittee on Health Care Financing, Public Health, and Health Service Delivery, 1998
Invited Moderator, Clinical Safety—Determining and Delivering Insulin Dosages Using Insulin Pump Therapy, Insulin Pump Safety Meeting, Bethesda, Maryland, November 12, 2008 (Meeting convened at the request of FDA; Klonoff DC, Reyes JS, Insulin pump safety meeting: summary report, Journal of Diabetes Science and Technology 2009; 3(2): 396-402)
Invited Session Chair, Psychosocial-Behavioral Medicine, American Diabetes Association, New Orleans, Louisiana, June 8, 2009
NIH Women Scientist Advisors, 2011-present
NICHD Obesity Research Strategic Core, 2008-present
NICHD Consortium for the Behavioral and Social Sciences, 2007-present
NIH Search Committee, Earl Stadtman Tenure-Track Investigator, Behavioral & Social Sciences, 2011
NIH Tenure Track Investigators Committee, 2004-2010
DESPR NICHD Search Committee Chair, Epidemiology Branch, 2012
DESPR NICHD Search Committee, Biostatistics & Bioinformatics Branch, 2010
DESPR NICHD Search Committee, Epidemiology Branch Chief, 2009
DESPR NICHD Search Committee, Biostatistics & Bioinformatics Branch, 2009
Diabetes UK 2011
Austrian Science Fund, 2010
Office of Public Health and Science, Prevention and Wellness – Leveraging National Organizations, 2010
Health Research Board, Ireland 2008
Sam Houston State University, Enhancement Grant for Research, 2007
Behavioral Research in Diabetes Group Exchange, Travel Grant, 2007
American Diabetes Association, Healthy Food Choices Grants, 2005
Archives of General Psychiatry, Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine, Canadian Medical Association Journal, Diabetes Care, Diabetes Metabolism Research & Reviews, Diabetes Research & Clinical Practice, Diabetes Technology, Diabetic Medicine, Health Education & Behavior, Health Education & Behavior, Health Education Research, International Journal of Behavior & Development, Journal of Adolescent Health, Journal of the American Medical Association, Journal of Early Adolescence, Journal of Clinical Epidemiology, Journal of the American Dietetic Association, Journal of Medical Internet Research, Journal of Nutrition Education & Behavior, Journal of Obesity, Journal of Pediatric Psychology, Journal of Pediatrics, Lancet, Nutrition Metabolism and Cardiovascular Disease, Nutrition Research, Obesity, Obesity Research, Patient Education & Counseling, Pediatric & Adolescent Medicine, Pediatric Diabetes, Pediatric Health, Pediatrics, Public Health Nutrition, Social Science & Medicine, Women & Health
Fort Hays State University Young Alumni Award, 2002
Society of Behavioral Medicine 2011 Award for Outstanding Research in Child and Family Health
Note: Authorship is listed by order of contribution. Papers and presentations in which the first author was under the mentorship of Dr. Nansel or in which last authorship indicates project leadership are indicated by an asterisk (*).