The admissions committee considers all applicants with excellent academic credentials, research potential and clinical interest or experience. Successful applicants, however, are those who best demonstrate an excellent fit with our program and one or more of our Core or Affiliated Clinical Health Psychology faculty.
Elizabeth Allen, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Psychology. Expertise: Couples Functioning & Health, Military Marriage, Relationship Education, Infidelity
Evelinn A. Borrayo, Ph.D.
Professor & Executive Director, Latino Research & Policy Center. Expertise: Health disparities in the prevention, control, and treatment of cancer among ethnic minorities, women, and older adults
Edward J. Dill, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Psychology. Expertise: Clinical Child and Adolescent (Pediatric) Psychology, Psychological Assessment, Quantitative Methods, Health-Related Quality of Life, Psychosocial Correlates of Health, Victimization and Bullying
Kevin Everhart, Ph.D.
Clinical Associate Professor of Psychology & Clinical Director, Psychological Services Center. Expertise: Clinical Psychology, Psychological Assessment,
Clinical Child and Pediatric Psychology, Infant Mental Health
Kristin Kilbourn, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Psychology. Expertise: Stress and Health, Psychosocial Oncology, Palliative Care, Psychoimmunology, Caregiver Stress
, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Psychology. Expertise: Social Psychology, Substance Abuse, Models of Health Behavior, Quantitative Methods
Kevin S. Masters, Ph.D.
Professor & Clinical Health Psychology Program Director. Expertise: Spirituality & Health, Cardiovascular Disorders, Exercise
Barbara Walker, Ph.D.
Clinical Professor of Psychology & Coordinator of Clinical Training. Expertise: Clinical Health Psychology, Chronic Pain, Integrated Primary Care, Processes of Evidence-Based Psychology Practice
Mitchell Handelsman, Ph.D. Professor of Psychology & CU President's Teaching Scholar. Expertise: Ethics, Teaching
Michael Zinser, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Psychology. Expertise: Clinical Psychology