Grant Principal Investigators and Faculty

Principal Investigator(s)

Eve M. Adams, Ph.D.
Professor
Counseling & Educational Psychology
(575) 646-1142
eadams@nmsu.edu
Grant Duties: Lead Project Director (Training Director)

Dr. Adams will be responsible for the overall operation and implementation of the grant project. Dr. Adams will administer the grant, close out the budget for the year, complete annual reports, oversee the curriculum development, handle all personnel matters, and collaborate with the DNP, MSW, PharmD and the FM program grant personnel.

 

Daubney Harper, Ph.D.
College Assistant Professor
Counseling & Educational Psychology
(575) 646-2121
Dharp83@nmsu.edu
Grant Duties: Co-Project Director/ Instructor for Primary Care Psychology and Behavioral Health Practicum, Supervisor for Field Experience

Dr. Harper will co-teach the CEP 573: Primary Care Psychology course in the Fall Semester and she will be a co-instructor for CEP 670: Behavioral Health Practicum in the Spring Semester. She will also provide individual supervision for the CP doctoral students who will provide services at La Clinica de Familia. She will co-administer the grant, focusing on the curriculum development, and coordinating the interprofessional curriculum matters with the DNP, MSW, PharmD and the FM program grant personnel.

 

Grant Personnel

Virginia Longoria, Ph.D.
College Assistant Professor
Counseling Educational Psychology
Grant Duties: Instructor for Bilingual section of Behavioral Health Practicum, and Bilingual Supervisor for Field Experience

Dr. Longoria will be a co-instructor for the Behavioral Health Practicum in the Spring Semester. She will develop bilingual components of the Primary Care Psychology class and provide bilingual supervision for the practicum component for CEP 698 in the Fall Semester.

 

Ana Moseley, MSW
MSW College Associate Professor
Grant Duties: SBIRT presenter for Primary Care Psychology and Behavioral Health Practicum

Ms. Moseley will present the SBIRT curriculum to the grant trainees throughout the grant curriculum (Interprofessional Immermsion, CEP 573 and CEP 670. She will also recruit MSW students for the grant program.

 

Linda Summers, Ph.D.
SON Assistant Professor
Grant Duties: Nursing Instructor for Interprofessional Immersion

Dr. Summers will be a co-instructor in the Interprofessional Immersion.

 

Traci White, PharmD
Assistant Director of the UNM/NMSU Pharmacy
Grant Duties: Pharmacy Instructor for Interprofessional Immersion

Dr. White will be a co-instructor in the Interprofessional Immersion.

 

John Andazola, MD
Program Director Southern
NM Family Medicine Residency
Grant Duties: Instructor for Interprofessional Immersion.

Dr. Andazola will be a co-instructor in the Interprofessional Immersion.

 

Marlin Hoover, Ph.D.
FMC Behavioral Health Faculty
Grant Duties: Supervisor for on-site supervision at FMC during Behavioral Health Practicum & Field Experience

Dr. Hoover will provide on-site supervision for the CP students in CEP 563 in the Fall Semester, CEP 670 in the Spring Semester, and CEP 698 the following semester. In his current capacity, Dr. Hoover already supervises the FM residents. He will also provide at least one presentation on “Primary Care Psychology by Medical Psychologists” for the CEP 563 course.

 

Chris Sheldon, Ph.D.
Training Director of Denver Health Internship Director
Grant Duties: Consultant for Internship Competencies in Integrative Primary Care