Nancy Fultz, PhD

  • Teaching Assistant Professor & Undergraduate Advisor
  • Undergraduate Advisor

My work has focused on issues at the intersection of social science and medicine. I am particularly interested in the social construction of conditions/experiences related to women’s health and aging. I believe that policy and practice should be guided by evidence, and I am drawn to translational activities that hold the promise of action stemming from research. This perspective informs my teaching, as well.

Education & Training

  • PhD, University of Michigan, 1990
  • MA, University of Michigan, 1982
  • BA, University of Michigan, 1978

Research Interests

  • Social gerontology
  • Medicial sociology
  • Research methodology
  • Social psychology