Nancy Janz, Ph.D., M.S.
Professor Janz’s research focuses on examining psychosocial factors that influence preventive health behavior, including breast cancer and colorectal cancer screening. She also studies the impact of chronic disease (including heart disease, pelvic floor disorders and glaucoma) and chronic disease treatment on health-related quality of life. Her research efforts in breast cancer also include examining the role of decision-making and treatment choices on quality of life, and working to better understand the information and support needs of women with breast cancer as well as racial/ethnic differences in breast cancer and its treatment on quality of life over time.
- Ph.D., Health Behavior and Health Education, University of Michigan
- M.S., Medical-Surgical Nursing, University of Michigan
- B.S., Nursing, University of Michigan