Michelle Johnson-Jennings

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Michelle Johnson-Jennings, Ph.D., Ed.M

Academic Title

Assistant Professor
Pharmacy Practice and Pharmaceutical Science

ADDITIONAL TITLES:
Choctaw tribal member

Education

Residency
Integrated Primary Care Psychology Internship/Residency, Wisconsin Internship Consortium in Professional Psychology (WICPP) Intern
Bachelor's
Elementary Education and a minor in Native American Studies, with Honors and distinction, University of Oklahoma
Master's
Education (Ed.M) emphasis in Human Development and Psychology and Contemporary Native Issues, Harvard University
Ph.D.
Counseling Psychology (APA Accredited), University of Wisconsin-Madison

Contact Info

Email
mjj@d.umn.edu

Phone
218-726-6052

Fax
218-726-6500

Office Address

213 Life Science

Mailing Address

University of Minnesota
College of Pharmacy, Duluth
Department of Pharmacy Practice and Pharmaceutical Sciences
232 Life Science
1110 Kirby Drive
Duluth, MN 55812-3003

Bio Statement

POSTDOCTORAL EXPERIENCE:

National Institute of Health (NIH)/National Center on Research Resources (NCRR) IDeA Networks of Biomedical Research Excellence (INBRE)

Montana State University, Bozeman, MT

MEMBERSHIP:
• National Institute of Drug Abuse AI/AN Scholars: 2010
• UNM Mentoring in Education Program, NIMH: Mentee: 2008-2009
• American Psychological Association: (2001-Present) APAGS Student member
• Future Faculty Teaching Partners: (2002-2010) Student member
• Children Health Alliance of Wisconsin Board Member: (2007-2009)

Research Interests

• American Indian healthcare disparities and biopsychosocial protective factors
• Provider-patient relationship and influence on American Indian patient chronic pain management
• Prescription drug abuse and factors related to prevention among American Indian populations across the lifespan
• Healthcare providers attitudes and beliefs towards patient use of traditional healing practices

Awards
  • NIH/ NIMH IHART Training Fellow award: (2010 to 2012)
  • NIH NARCH Intern Award, Great Lakes Intertribal Council: (2008-2010)
  • Honarable Instructors Award: (2010)
  • NIH/NIMH Institute of Social and Science Research UNM MEP FELLOW: (2008-2010)
  • Amy Hunter Wilson Dissertation Award, University of Wisconsin Medical Foundation: (2008-2009; 2009)
  • Spencer Fellow: (2003-2009)
  • Lodewick Scholar (2002-2006)
Publications

Johnson-Jennings, M. (2009) Silent Crimes: Hate crimes against Native Americans (Review). The American Indian Quarterly 33(3), 414-416.

Wampold, B., Imel, Z., Bhati, K., & Johnson-Jennings, M. (2006) Insight as a common factor. In L.G. Constanguay & C.E. Hill (eds). Insight in Psychotherapy. Washington, DC: APA books. p. 119-139.

Johnson, Michelle, M.Ed. (2001, Winter). The importance of community education. Winds of Change 16(1).

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