Meet the Researchers
We are a team of researchers who believe that patients have a uniquely intimate and valuable perspective of their own physical condition. We are committed to research dedicated to the documentation of personal perspectives of illness as this is a rich and vital source of information for contributing to medicine and patient care.
Lori Lange, PhD, has research interests in personal accounts of physical illness and has conducted research on chronic illnesses such as diabetes. Her research has been published in professional journals and she has presented findings at national and international conferences. Dr. Lange completed a postdoctoral fellowship at the Stanford University School of Medicine and she held the position of Project Director for a national diabetes study at the Veterans Affairs Palo Alto Health Care System. Dr. Lange is currently an Associate Professor at the University of North Florida where she continues research on important health issues.
Samantha Poling has career interests in clinical research and she, in her first year of graduate school, worked as a research assistant for the investigative clinic CNS Healthcare. Currently, she is a second year UNF graduate student working towards a MA degree and plans to obtain her Ph.D in clinical psychology.
Katie Radcliff is currently in her second year of the MAGP program at UNF and is a Marietta College alum. She is interested in both clinical and health psychology. Following graduation she intends to obtain her Ph.D. in behavioral medicine.
Lindsey Roberts is a second year graduate student in the MAGP Program at UNF. Lindsey received her Bachelor's degree in Anthropology/Human Biology from Temple University and anticipates obtaining her Ph.D. in neuroscience.