Family and Community Medicine

MSC 09 5040
1 University of New Mexico
Albuquerque, NM 87131

Phone: Administration (505) 272-2165 Phone: Clinic (for patients) (505) 272-1734
Fax: (505) 272-8045

Teddy Warner, PhD

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Professor Emeritus

MSC09 5040

Albuquerque, NM 87131

Research

505-453-8710
505-272-8045
twarner@salud.unm.edu


Warner is a Research Professor of Family & Community Medicine at UNM. He received his Ph.D. in Psychology from the University of Kansas in 1987. He was previously in the Psychiatry Dept. (1995-2003) at UNM, and he currently teaches courses in the Psychology Dept., as well as in the UNM HSC Master’s of Science in Clinical Research Program. He received postdoctoral training in bioethics and research ethics at the Kennedy Institute for Ethics at Georgetown University and the Poynter Center for Ethics at Indiana University, and he taught research ethics courses for years. Previously, he served on the Faculty Ethics and Advisory Committee and 17 years on the Human Research Review Committee (IRB), and he is currently Chairs the IRB Committee in the Psychology Dept.

He has conducted a wide range of NIH-funded research on topics such as PTSD, effects of trauma on sleep, rural health care, and ethical issues in research, education, and clinical care.

Warner has years of experience providing consultation on:

  • Assessment of human characteristics and behavior
  • Ethical issues in research, education and clinical care
  • Multivariate statistics
  • Psychometrics and instrument design
  • Research design and methodology (both quantitative and qualitative)
  • Survey research