Projects & Programs

IWRI

Indigenous Substance Abuse, Medicines, and Health Research Training (ISMART)

Indigenous Substance Abuse Medicines, and Addictions Research Training (ISMART) Program, is a mentorship program that allows scholars of indigenous backgrounds to research in the areas of substance abuse, medicines and addictions within their indigenous communities.

About us

Indigenous Substance Abuse Medicines, and Addictions Research Training (ISMART) Program, is a mentorship program that allows scholars of indigenous backgrounds to research in the areas of substance abuse, medicines and addictions within their indigenous communities.

ISMART Program Staff

 

Karina L. Walters, PhD (Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma)Photo: Karina L. Walters, PhD

Co-Director, Indigenous Wellness Research Institute
Curriculum Vitae (pdf)
Email: kw5@uw.edu

 

 

 

 

Photo: Tessa Evans-Campbell, PhD

Tessa Evans-Campbell, PhD (Snohomish)

Co-Director, Indigenous Wellness Research Institute
Director, Center for Indigenous Child & Family Research

Curriculum Vitae (pdf)
Email: tecamp@uw.edu

 

 

Meg MacDonald, PhD

Meg Meneghel MacDonald, PhD

Project Director, Indigenous HIV/AIDS Research Training Program, Lauhoe (IHART2)
Program Coordinator – Indigenous Substance Abuse, Medicines, and Addictions Research Training Program (ISMART)
Email: mmacdo@uw.edu