Faculty and Staff
Linda Janusek, PhD, RN
Title: Marcella Niehoff School of Nursing Endowed Professor for Research
Office #: Building 125, Room 4541, LUHS
Ongoing Research Projects:
National Cancer Institute (Janusek - PI) Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction for Immune Dysregulation in Cancer
Total Costs: $444,000
National Institute of Nursing Research - (Janusek - PI) Psychoneuroimmunology & Decision Making in Women Diagnosed with Breast Cancer
Total Costs: $1.4 million
National Cancer Institute - (Janusek-Co-PI)
Immune Dysregulation by Psychosocial
Distress: Epigenetic Mechanisms
Total Costs: $650,000
Professional & Community Affiliations
NIH Special Emphasis Panel - 2005
Health of the Population (HOP) Integrated Review Group
- Witek-Janusek L, Page GG. Importance of Animal Research in Nursing. Nurs Outlook. 2004 Jul-Aug;52(4):164-5.
- Starkweather, A., L. Witek-Janusek, and H. L. Mathews. 2005. Neural-Immune Interactions: Implications for Pain Management in Patients with Low Back Pain and Sciatica. Biol. Res. Nurs. 2005 Jan;6(3):196-206.
- Starkweather, A., L. Witek-Janusek, and H. L. Mathews. 2005. Applying the psychoneuroimmunology framework to nursing research. J Neurosci Nurs. 2005 Feb;37(1):56-62.