Daniel Mick, R.N., B.S.N.
PhD student, OHSU School of Nursing
Lives in: Portland, OR
Gerontology, symptom biology, body composition, chemotherapy, frailty
Body composition in older adults treated with chemotherapy
Kerri Winters-Stone, Ph.D.
Lissi Hansen, Ph.D., R.N.
Jill Bennett, Ph.D., R.N.
National Hartford Centers of Gerontological Nursing Excellence Patricia G. Archbold Predoctoral Scholar (2014-2016)
Evalee C. Shwarz Charitable Trust for Education Loan (2011-2015)
Hartford center for geriatric excellence, John A. Hartford foundation Scholarship
TYLENOL (R) Future Care Scholarship
Helene Fuld Health Trust Scholarship
OHSU School of Nursing Dean's Scholarship
Evalee C. Shwarz Charitable Trust for Education Loan
Professional Organization Memberships
Gerontological Society of America
National League for Nursing
American Assembly for Men in Nursing
Nuraing Students Without Borders, OHSU chapter
Conference attendance or participation as an OHSU Student
OHSU Research Week, 2013 - poster presenter
Gerontological Society of America, National Conference; 2012 - participant
Oregon Gerontological Society, Annual Conference; 2012 - poster presenter
OHSU Research Week; 2012- poster presenter
National Student Nurses Association, National Conference; 2012 - poster presenter
Daniel’s career goal after graduation is to become a nursing faculty advancing nursing science for older adults, teaching gerontology to new nursing students, and promoting focus on gerontological care outside academia. Daniel has lived in Portland, OR since 2008. He is originally from Kansas and has lived in India and Japan. He thoroughly enjoys the great Pacific NW and intends to settle in the region indefinitely. He is an active mountaineer, community volunteer, cider brewer, board gamer, and international traveler. He lives with his cat Professor Marshall Bob McBangs.