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Daniel Mick

 



PhD student, OHSU School of Nursing
2012-present
Lives in: Portland, OR



 

Focus Areas

Body composition, sarcopenia, obesity, cancer, chemotherapy, gerontology, symptom management

Dissertation Topic

Body composition changes after chemotherapy in older adults

Dissertation Committee

Kerri Winters-Stone, Ph.D.

Jill Bennett, Ph.D., R.N.

Funding Sources

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
American Association for Critical Care Nurses
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

Personal Interests

My career goal is to be a nursing educator and researcher in academia. I moved to Portlnad in 2008; I love the Pacific NW and plan to stay here indefinitely. I have worked and volunteered while living overseas and enjoy international traveling and learning. In my free time I am active as a member and volunteer with the Mazamas mountaineering organization, am a volunteer coordinator for grounds care at a disadvantaged elementary school in NE Portland and enjoy various hobbies like cider-brewing, boardgaming, and fitness training.