Jennie Joe, PhD

Sonoran UCEDD
1642 E Helen St
PO Box 245052
Tucson, AZ 85724
 
Phone: 520-621-5075
Email: jrjoe@email.arizona.edu
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Last Updated: January 18, 2011

 

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Vita/Bio

 




BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH

NAME

Jennie R. Joe

POSITION TITLE

Professor, Family and Community Medicine

EDUCATION/TRAINING  (Begin with baccalaureate or other initial professional education, such as nursing, and include postdoctoral training.)

INSTITUTION AND LOCATION

DEGREE

(if applicable)

YEAR(s)

FIELD OF STUDY

University of New Mexico

BS                      

1964

 BSN/Chem

University of California, Berkeley

MPH

1970

 Public Health

University of California, Berkeley

MA

1975

 Anthropology

University of California, Berkeley

PhD

1980

 Medical Anthro

         

Position

1998-pres          Professor, FCM and Director, NARTC, College of Medicine, U of Arizona.

  1990-1998       Associate Professor, FCM, and Director, NARTC, College of Medicine, U of Arizona

1987-1998         Assistant Professor, Family and Community Medicine (FCM) and Director, NARTC, College of Medicine, University of Arizona

•1987-1989                  Adjunct Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology, UCLA.

1986-1987         Assistant Professor, College of Nursing and Co-Director, Native American Research and Training Center (NARTC), University of Arizona.

•1984-1985                  Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology & Acting Director, American Indian Studies, UCLA.

  1981-1987       Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology, UCLA

1981-1985         Research Associate, Institute for Scientific Analysis, San Francisco, CA.

  Selected Honors and Awards

  2006-pres        Member, National Council, NIH, NIHLB. Rockville, MD.

2005-pres          Member, Workgroup to Develop CDC-Wide Research Agenda. CDC, Atlanta.

2002-pres          Study Section member. AHRQ. Rockville, MD.

2003     Research Program Superior Service Award. USPHS, Indian Health Service. May.

2000-01            Member, Committee to Assess Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Healthcare. National Academy of Sciences, Institute of Medicine.

  2001   Spirit of Eagle Certificate of Appreciation for Cancer Control Research. Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN.

2000-pres          Member, Observational Study Monitoring Committee, Strong Heart Study and . NIH/NHLBI.

2002-pres          Member, Observational Study Monitoring Committee, Genetics of Coronary Artery Disease in Alaska Natives. NIH/NHLBI.

1999                 Fellow, Newberry Library. Summer Institute. Chicago, Ill.

1997     Annual Clare Brant Memorial Lecturer, Faculty of Medicine, U of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Canada.

1996-pres          Working member. Parliament of World's Religion. Chicago, Ill.

1996     NIH appointee, US Delegate, USA-Canada: International Congress on Women's Health. Ottawa, Canada

1996-1998         National Board, National Center for Medical Rehabilitation Research, NIH.   

1995-2004         Member. Awakening the Spirit Committee. American Diabetes Association. 

1994     Mary E. Switzer Scholar, National Rehabilitation Association.

1990-96            Founding member. Board of Trustee, National Museum of American Indians. The Smithsonian Institution.

•1987                                  Fellow, Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies. Queensland, MD.

Selected peer-reviewed publications (in chronological order).

Becker TM, Dunn E, Tom-Orme L, and Joe, JR. Cancer Control Research Training for Native Researchers; A Model for Development of Additional Native Researcher Training Program. American Indian Culture and Research Journal. 2005. 29)2)75-83.

Orains CE, Lantz P, Liebow E, Joe JR, Burhanisstipov, et al. Public Education Strategies for Delivering  Breast and Cervical Cancer Screening in American Indian/Alaska Native Populations. Public Health Management and Practice. 2004. 10(1)46-53.

Ritenbaugh C, Teufel-Shone NI, Aickin, MG, Joe, JR, et al., A Lifestyle Intervention Improves Plasma Insulin Levels among Native American High School Youth. Preventive Medicine. 2003. 36(3)309-319.

Joe JR. Cancer in American Indian Women. http://dccps.nci.nih.gov/womenofcolor.

Lanz P, Orians C, Liebow E, Joe JR, Burhanisstipav, and J Erb. Implementing Breast and Cervical Cancer Screening Services in American Indian/Alaska Native Populations. Health Care for Women International. 2003. 24(8)674-696.

Orians CE, Lantz P, Liebow E, Joe JR, Burhanisstipav L, Erb J. and K. Kanyon. Public Education for Delivering Breast and Cervical Cancer Screening in American Indian/Alaska Native Populations. Public Health Management and Practice.  2003. 10(1)46-53.

Joe JR. Out of harmony: health problems and young American Indian/Alaska Native men. Journal of College Health. 2001. 49(5)237-242.

Rosenbloom RI, Joe JR, Young RS, and Winter WE. Emerging Epidemic of Type 2 Diabetes in Youth. Diabetes Care. 1999. 22(2)345-354.

Joe JR and Frishkopf S. Recommendations for health care providers working with native families. Healthy Weight Journal. 1999. Sept/Oct. 13(5)75-76.

Joe JR. (Guest Editor) Forward. Cancer and native women. Health Care for Women International. 1999. 20(5)433-434.

Becker T, Joe JR, Cobb N, Burhannsstipanov L, and Pederson C. Training for cancer control research: a curriculum for native researchers. Journal of Cancer education. 1999. 14(4)233-237.

Joe JR. The health of American Indian and Alaska Native women. Journal of American Medical Women's Association. 1996. 51(4)41-45.

Joe JR and Miller DL. Employment barriers and work motivation for Navajo rehabilitation clients. International Journal of Rehabilitation. 1993. 16:107-117.

Joe JR and Miller DL. The Dilemma of Navajo industrial workers: cultural values and social change--an empirical study. Nature, Society, and Thought. 1991. 4(3)303-330.

Joe JR and Miller DL. Barriers and Survival: a study of an urban Indian health center. American Indian Culture and Research Journal. 1989.13(3/4)233-256.

Joe JR. Government policies and disabled people in American Indian communities. Disability, Handicap & Society. 1988. 393)253-262.

Joe JR and Miller DL. Barriers and Survival: a study of an urban Indian health center. American Indian Culture and Research Journal. 1989.13(3/4)233-256.

Books and Selected Chapters in Scholarly Books:

Joe JR and S Frishkopf. "I'm Too Young for This!": Diabetes and American Indian Children. pp. 435-458 in Indigenous Peoples and Diabetes: Community Empowerment and Wellness. M. Ferreira and GC Lang (eds). Durhman, NC: Carolina Academic Press. 2005.

Joe JR. Health and Wellness: Traditional Approaches. Pp. 373-381 in American Indian Religious Traditions: An Encyclopedia. Vol. 1. SJ Crawford and DF Kelley (eds.). Santa Barbara, CA: ABAC-CLIO, Inc.

Joe JR and R Malach. Families with Native American Roots. Pp.109-140 in Developing Cross-Cultural Competence: A Guide to Working with Young Children and their Families, 3rd Edition. EW Lynch and MJ Hanson, eds. Baltimore: Paul H. Brooks. 2005.

Joe JR. Out of Harmony: the Health Problems and Young Native American Men. Pp.251-259 in Seeing Ourselves: Classic, Contemporary, and Cross-Cultural Readings in Sociology. Sixth Edition. Macionis, JJ and NV Benokraitis (eds). NY: Prentice hall. 2003,

Joe, JR. The Rationing of Healthcare and Health Disparity for the American Indians/Alaska Natives. Pp. 528-551 in Unequal Treatment: Confronting Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Healthcare. B. Smedley, ed. Washington, DC: Institute of Medicine. National Academy Press. 2003.

Joe JR. Behind the Curtain of Words: Diabetic Complications and Re-definition of Self. Pp.8-21 in Aboriginal Health, Identity, and Resources. J. Oakes (ed). University of Manitoba: Department of Native Studies. 2000.

Joe JR. Health and Healers. Pp 237-240 in The Encyclopedia of the American Indian. F. Hoxie (ed). Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co. 1996.

Joe JR. Traditional Health Practices and Cultural Views. Pp 525-547 in The Native North American Almanac. D. Champagne (ed). Detroit, MI; Gale Research Inc. 1994.

Joe JR. Perceptions of Diabetes by Indian Adolescent. Pp. 329-256 in Diabetes as a Disease of Civilization: The Impact of cultural change on Indigenous Peoples. JR Joe and RS Young (eds). Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. 1994.

Joe JR and Young RS (eds). Diabetes as a Disease of Civilization: The impact of cultural change on Indigenous Peoples. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. 1994.

Joe JR (ed). American Indian and cultural values: conflict and accommodations. Los Angeles. UCLA AISP. 1986.