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Faculty - Anne Ersig

Anne Ersig
Assistant Professor
334 CNB

PhD, Nursing, University of Iowa
MSN, University of Pennsylvania
BSN, University of Pennsylvania

Research Focus: 
  • Social networks and health
  • Families at increased risk of cancer
  • Children, teens, and emerging adults with chronic health conditions
  • Clinical genetics

Anne Ersig is an Assistant Professor in the Parent, Child, Family Area at the College of Nursing. Her BSN & MSN are from the University of Pennsylvania. She received her PhD in Nursing from the University of Iowa College of Nursing. During her doctoral studies, Dr. Ersig participated in the Graduate Partnership Program at the National Institute of Nursing Research, which afforded her the opportunity to complete her dissertation research at the Social & Behavioral Research Branch of the National Human Genome Research Institute in Bethesda, MD. Dr. Ersig also completed a post doctoral fellowship in Clinical Genetics at the College of Nursing.

She is currently an investigator on a study being conducted by Ann Marie McCarthy and Charmaine Kleiber, focusing on the genomics of procedural pain and anxiety.

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