Information for the P20 Center
Our mission is to promote nursing research in metabolic syndrome (MetS) and related multiple chronic conditions (MCC). The Center allows for more individualized care and to extend nursing science by offering biomarker, genetic/genomic, biobehavioral, lifestyle, and environmental explanations that will inform nursing care for diverse populations with symptoms of MetS.
- Promote innovative nursing research in MetS and related MCC: its complexity, relatedness, biodiversity, and impact for individuals and families using a precision health ecological perspective.
- Develop and sustain a research infrastructure of resources to support and accelerate early-career scientists in exploring MetS and related MCC.
- Facilitate the development of sustainable interdisciplinary collaborative teams dedicated to building the science of MCC from a precision health ecological perspective.
Pilot Administrative Core Director & Co-Director
Precision Health Technology Resource Core Director
Enrichment Program Director & Evaluation Director
NYU Meyers provides excellent opportunities for research in nursing and related fields, including HIV/AIDS, substance abuse, and global public health. Students have opportunities to work with faculty in areas they are interested in as well as opportunities to develop their own individual projects.
Additional Team Members:
Business Official Project Director
William McCormack Laura Prescott, MA
Deborah Chyun, PhD, RN, FAHA, FAAN
Janet Deatrick, PhD, FAAN
|Ervin Fox, MD
University of Mississippi Medical Center
Sharon Kardia, PhD
|Marilynn Sommers, PhD
University of Pennsylvania
|Elizabeth Walker, PhD, RN, CDE
Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Year One Projects
Extending Sleep to Reverse Metabolic Syndrome in Middle-Aged Adults: Acceptability and Feasibility of a Sleep Intervention
PI: Susan Malone, MSN, PhD
Predictors of Novel Morning and Evening Fatigue Profiles in Adults with Metabolic Syndrome
PI: Fay Wright, APRN-BC, PhD, RN
September Journal Club Meeting
When: September 23, 2019
Time: 1:00 - 2:00pm
Where: 433 1st Ave., New York, NY 10010, Room 760
Article: A Conceptual Model of the Role of Complexity in the Care of Patients With Multiple Chronic Conditions
Viewing of National Cancer Institute’s (NCI) Symposium on Patient Control of Genomic Data for Research and Health
When: September 26, 2019
Time: 8:00am - 12:00pm
Where: 433 1st Ave., New York, NY 10010, Room 430