Natasia Adams

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Natasia is a Clinical Health Psychology graduate student who received her M.P.H. (2011) and B.S. (2009) and from the University of Alabama at Birmingham. She has worked in the Hamilton Health Lab since 2014. Her research interests are chronic illnesses (cancer), health related behaviors (sleep), underserved community health, emotional adjustment, and social support/coping.



Adams, N., Gisiger-Camata, S., Hardy, C.M., Thomas, T.F., Jukkala, A., & Meneses, K. (2015) Evaluating Survivorship Experiences and Needs Among Rural African American Breast Cancer Survivors. Journal of Cancer Education.[Epub ahead of print]

Pekmezi, D., Marcus, B., Meneses, K., Baskin, M.L., Ard, J.D., Martin, M.Y., Adams, N., Robinson, C., & Demark-Wahnefried, W. (2013). Developing an intervention to address physical activity barriers for African-American women in the deep south (USA). Womens Health; 9(3): 301-312.

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