2020, PhD, Health Promotion and Prevention Research, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences Fay W. Boozman College of Public Health2016, MS, Health Sciences, University of Central Arkansas
Meg Gorvine, Ph.D., CHES, completed a predoctoral fellowship with UAMS’ NIDA T32 training program in Translational Addiction Science, and served as a postdoctoral researcher for the Southern Public Health and Criminal Justice Research Center (S-PAC). Dr. Gorvine has joined the College of Public Health’s research faculty in the Department of Health Behavior and Health Education and continues to collaborate with S-PAC. Her research centers on stress, integrative health, recovery science, and resilience. Dr. Gorvine is currently exploring research in the areas of stress and resilience training for correctional officers in jail settings in Arkansas.