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Education and Training
BA Rutgers University
PhD Oregon Health & Science University

Sally Aboelela, PhD
Assistant Professor of Nursing

Research/Clinical Interests
Heart Disease, Hypertension, Diabetes, Self management of chronic disease
Psychophysiology, Mechansims of psychosocial influences over health and disease

Selected Publications
Gebbie KM, Meier BM, Bakken S, Carrasquillo O, Formicola A, Aboelela SW, Glied S. Training for Interdisciplinary Health Research: Defining the Required Competencies. Journal of Allied Health, In press 2008
Aboelela SW, Larson EL Bakken S, Carrasquillo O, Formicola A, Glied\r\nSA, Haas J, Gebbie KM. Defining Interdisciplinary Research: Conclusions from a Critical Review of the Literature. Health Services Research. February 2007, 42:1, Part 1\r\n
Aboelela SW, Stone P, Larson EL. The Effectiveness of Bundled Behavioral Interventions to Reduce Healthcare Associated Infections: A Systematic Review of the Literature. Journal of Hospital Infection, 2007 Jun;66(2):101-8. Epub 2007 Feb 21. Review
Aboelela SW, Merril J, Larson EL. Social Network Analysis to Evaluate the Development of an Interdisciplinary Research Center. Journal of Research Administration. Volume XXXVIII Number 1 2007
Aboelela SW, Saiman L, Stone P, Lowy FD, Quiros D, Larson EL. Effectiveness of Barrier Precautions and Surveillance Cultures to Control Transmission of Multidrug-resistant Organisms: A Systematic Review of the Literature. American Journal of Infection Control 2006, 34(8): 484-94
Crompton AW, Lieberman D, Aboelela SW. Tooth Orientation During Occlusion and the Functional Significance of Condylar Translation in Primates and Herbivores. Amniote Paleobiology: Perspectives on the Evolution of Mammals, Birds, and Reptiles. 2006 Edited by Carrano GT, Blob RW, Wible JR. Chicago and London, The University of Chicago Press.
Aboelela SW, Robinson DW. Physiological Response Properties of Displaced Amacrine Cells of the Adult Ferret Retina. Visual Neuroscience 2004, 21 (2): 135-44

Professional Memberships
2004-present The Human Anatomy and Physiology Society (HAPS)
1998-present American Physiological Society

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