All Experts

All Experts

Mary E. Dozier

Field: Clinical Psychology

Topics: behavioral interventions, clinical psychology, geropsychology, hoarding disorders, object attachment, psychology

Bio / Description:

Dr. Mary Dozer is a Clinical Psychologist and Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychology.  Her research interests include geropsychology, hoarding disorder, and behavioral interventions to address psychopathology across the lifespan. Her current research focuses on hoarding disorder in older adults. She is available for commentary and analysis on these and related topics.

Tonya Hays

Field: Theatre

Topics: acting, directing , playwriting, humanities

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Tonya Hays is an assistant professor in the Department of Communication teaching acting, playwriting, directing, theatre for young audiences and theatre for change.  Her recent Theatre MSU productions include Banner: a Sea Turtle Saga which engaged audience members in the fate of sea life in climate change and challenged them to take action. This production garnered international attention.  …

Holli Seitz

Field: Health Communication, Media Effects, Message Effects, Science Communication

Topics: health communication, media and message effects, public service announcements

Bio / Description:

Dr. Holli Seitz is an associate professor in the Department of Communication and director of the Message Laboratory at the MSU Social Science Research Center. Seitz's research focuses on health communication, message effects, media effects and health equity. She is an applied communication scientist, using her knowledge to help others craft more effective messages.

Molly Zuckerman

Field: Biological Anthropology

Topics: anthropology , biological anthropology, health, pathology , gender , sex, paleopathology , paleoepidemiology , biocultural anthropology, infectious disease

Bio / Description:

Dr. Molly Zuckerman is a professor in the Department of Anthropology and Middle Eastern Cultures. She explores the biosocial determinants of health inequalities and disease experiences of past populations within social bioarchaeology, focusing on considerations of social identity. Recently, her research interests have extended to pandemic infectious disease, relative to social inequality. Dr.…