Faculty Interests & Expertise
Our faculty work at the cutting edge of nursing science with expertise in a range of interests from Chronic Disease, to Environmental Factors, Interventions and many others. We are constantly pushing the boundary of what is known in the nursing field to innovate new methods and understandings to improve the quality of healthcare around the world.
Nursing research offers the opportunity to discover new breakthroughs and our facilities are at the center of those discoveries. Both our Biological Core and Behavioral/Applied Clinical Sciences Laboratories provide state of the art equipment that can help facilitate the acquisition and management of thousands of data points for a variety of studies. Learn more about what we have to offer!
Societal Impact & News
Our cutting-edge research has the power to transform nursing methods and practices. Here are some recent achievements from our faculty and staff that are winning national acclaim and changing the field of nursing.
WE ARE SHAPING THE FUTURE OF HEALTHCARE
Our RESEARCH AREAS OF EXCELLENCE help us discover new approaches to health and wellbeing, while changing the healthcare industry.
Beyond a one-size fits all approach, creating personalized health treatment and prevention based on people's specific profiles (e.g. genetics, background, history).
Data & Systems Science
Studying complex systems (e.g. big data, health care settings, populations, disease states) and novel approaches to improve the delivery of health care.
Discovering the complex factors that influence health (e.g. personal, economic, societal, environmental) and translating them to actions that will advance health and well-being.
Interested in learning about our PhD program?
Generate and disseminate knowledge to advance nursing science and facilitate its translation into practice.
Office of Research & Scholarship
University of Arizona College of Nursing
P.O. Box 210203
Tucson, Arizona 85721-0203
The University of Arizona College of Nursing PhD is approved by the Arizona State Board of Nursing, and affiliated with the American Association of Colleges of Nursing and the Western Institute of Nursing.