Academic Health Center
Alana R Rawlinson Ph.D.
Brittany Biles Ph.D.
David M Janicke Ph.D., ABPP
David Fedele Ph.D., ABPP
Kimberly A Driscoll Ph.D.
Matthew Gurka Ph.D.
Sarah C Westen Ph.D.
Shelley C Heaton Ph.D.
Other University of Florida Members
Anne Mathews, Ph.D., R.D.N. is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition with IFAS. Her research interests are in determining and establishing environmental and behavioral supports for the adoption of healthy eating, activity, and stress management habits.
Dr. Mathews believes that modifying disease risk through “improvements” in nutrition and physical activity routines is a powerful treatment. Her current and previous work targets populations that may most benefit from improvements in lifestyle, such as those with a history of cancer and type 2 diabetes as well as those in a transitional period of their life, such as later adolescence and early adulthood.
You can read more about Dr. Matthews on her faculty bio.
Heidi Radunovich, Ph.D., joined the Department of Family, Youth and Community Sciences in 2002 as an Assistant Scientist at the National Rural Behavioral Health Center for 4 years. Dr. Radunovich completed her undergraduate degree at Washington University (majoring in Psychology and Spanish). Her M.A. and Ph.D. in clinical psychology were earned at the University of South Florida. She is also a licensed psychologist in the state of Florida.
She started her position as an Assistant Professor of Human Development in July, 2006, and was promoted to Associate Professor in 2013. She has recently taken on the role of Extension Program Director for UF Engagement. Her current workload is split among Cooperative Extension (65%), teaching (25%), and research (10%). In the area of Cooperative Extension, areas of programming include stress and family stress (including disaster stress, military families, coping with chronic illness and disabilities), motivational interviewing, preparation for college, and childcare provider education. Within the area of teaching, Dr. Radunovich teaches an undergraduate course, Contemporary Family Problems, and graduate courses, Working with Military Families in the Community Context and the introductory graduate seminar, Human Resource Development. She also provides undergraduate academic advising, and works with graduate students in their research and project development. Her research foci include family stress, youth risk behavior, college success, and academic integrity.
You can read more about Dr. Radunovich on her faculty bio.