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Phone: (605) 658-5952
Musheera Anis, MD, PhD is a Pediatric Neuropscyhiatrist who has over 18 years of clinical experience working with children and youth. She transitioned to academia, where she enjoys teaching disability studies, research methods, patient safety, wellness, and human disease within the Health Sciences department.
Musheera's teaching interests include Disability Studies, Attachment Theory, Developmental Psychology, NeuroPsychiatric Disorders, Pathophysiology, and Research and Intensive Writing.
Current research include trans-cultural study of attachment across the USA, Egypt, and Nigeria, Trauma informed Care, and teaching patient safety principles to undergraduates. Musheera continues to work closely with colleagues from the school of education in running an attachment research lab. In this lab, graduate and undergraduate students are mentored in research pertaining to attachment.
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