Education: Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology, University of Kansas
Dr. Danoff-Burg has over 20 years of social science research experience. She has published 48 scientific journal articles and 13 scholarly book chapters. She has specific expertise in the area of health and general expertise in theory, methodology, and analysis. Prior to joining Action Research, she was Associate Professor and Director of Graduate Studies in Psychology at the University at Albany, State University of New York and Program Director for the NIH-funded SDSU/UCSD Cancer Center Comprehensive Partnership.
Key Talents: As an accomplished social scientist, licensed clinical psychologist, and award-winning educator, Dr. Danoff-Burg has thought a lot and taught a lot about how to inspire and measure behavior change. She brings these rich experiences to all of the projects she works on at Action Research. When not dealing with data analysis, she enjoys volunteering for animal welfare organizations. At times she has opened her home to foster dogs, including a retired racing greyhound, a bonded pair of senior bichons, and a standard poodle in training to become a psychiatric service dog.