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Nina S. Wampler

Nina S. Wampler, DSc, MPH is an epidemiologist at the University of Arizona Health Sciences Center in the Native American Research and Training Center. After receiving her masters in public health (1984) in epidemiology/biostatistics and environmental health and her doctorate (2001) in epidemiology from Boston University School of Public Health, Dr. Wampler was one of four Native American post-doctoral fellows at the University of Colorado-Denver in the Native Elder Research Center funded by the National Institute on Aging. Her research fellowship examined the information sharing between smoking cessation quitlines in the US and Canada: “Knowledge Integration in Quitlines: Networks Improving Cessation (KIQNIC)” (PI, Scott Leischow), at the University of Arizona Cancer Center in Tucson. The main focus of Dr. Wampler’s research career has been community based participatory research on the epidemiology of chronic diseases among Native Americans, including women’s health, cancer, and tobacco control.​

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