HEALTH SCIENCES MAJOR
Beacom Hall 312
Phone: (605) 658-5952
Musheera Anis, MD, PhD is a Pediatric Neuropscyhiatrist who has over 15 years of clinical experience working with children and youth. She transitioned to academia, where she enjoys teaching disability studies, research methods, nutrition, and human disease within the Health Sciences department.
Musheera's teaching interests include Disability Studies, Attachment Theory, Developmental Psychology, Psychiatric Disorders, Pathophysiology, and Research and Intensive Writing.
My current research includes a major trans-cultural study of attachment theory in the USA, Egypt, and China. Establishing research networks in three different countries and working with a team of exceptional researchers as well as becoming well informed about theory and practice of multicultural research has made this a very rewarding experience. In addition, I am working closely with two other researchers on a study about college students' motivation and engagement in academic tasks.
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