ASSOCIATION BETWEEN SOCIAL SUPPORT AND PHYSICAL FUNCTIONING IN OLDER AFRICAN AMERICANS
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Associate Professor in the School of Nursing
Michael Cary, PHD, RN, joined the DUSON faculty in August, 2012. He has over eight years of nursing experience in long-term care, rehabilitation, and community health settings. Dr. Cary earned a BS in health services administration with a double minor in business administration and health information systems from James Madison University, and his BSN and MSN degrees (health systems management concentration) from the University of Virginia. He completed his PhD at University of Virginia Schoo
Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience
Dr. Whitfield's research on individual differences in minority aging employs a two prong approach that includes studying individual people as well as members of twin pairs. Dr. Whitfield’s research examines the individual variation in health and individual differences in cognition due to health conditions. Dr. Whitfield has worked with researchers from Sweden, Russia, and the United States to examine how social, psychological, and cultural factors of cognition and healthy aging. He has complet
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