Mark Vosvick | Department of Psychology

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Mark Vosvick

Associate Professor
TH 334

PhD: Stanford University, 2000
Internship: University of Southern California
Post-doc: Medical College of Wisconsin

Research Interests: Primary and Secondary HIV/AIDS prevention; Stress, coping and quality of life in chronic disease populations; The impact on health, wellness and healthcare access of stigma and marginalization due to HIV/AIDS, race, sexual orientation and substance abuse. Complementary and alternative medicine ( CAM) usage and implications in an HIV population. HIV+ adolescents. (Dr. Vosvick's research page)

(Not taking new Doctoral Advisee in 2019-2020)

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