Stacy Barnes

Assistant Professor
Phone
(414) 288-3709
Director, Wisconsin Geriatric Education Center
Clark Hall, Room 349
stacy.barnes@marquette.edu

Specialization
Social Gerontology

Highest Degree/School
PhD, Marquette University

Brief Statement of Scholarly Interests
As a social gerontologist, I am interested in the interactions between older adults with memory impairments, their family caregivers, and their health care providers. More specifically my interests include: Alzheimer’s disease and other types of late life dementias; the experiences of family and other unpaid dementia caregivers; interpersonal and health communication related to older adults and/or their caregivers; and the dynamics of multidisciplinary team-based geriatric health care teams.

Titles of Courses Recently Taught

Grants or Awards

2015 – 2018 $2,550,000 awarded by the U.S. Health Resources & Services Administration
Title: Geriatrics Workforce Enhancement Program
Role: Principal Investigator

2014 – 2015 $79,432 awarded by the U.S. Health Resources & Services Administration
Title: Alzheimer’s Disease & Related Dementias
Role: Principal Investigator

2010 – 2015 $2,050,868 awarded by the U.S. Health Resources & Services Administration
Title: Wisconsin Geriatric Education Center
Role: Principal Investigator

2012 – 2014 $128,709 awarded by the U.S. Health Resources & Services Administration
Title: Geriatrics Workforce Enhancement Program
Role: Principal Investigator

2015 – 2018 $1,241,040 awarded by the U.S. Health Resources & Services Administration
Title: Wisconsin Geriatric Education Center
Role: Principal Investigator

2004 – 2007 $2,025,048 awarded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
Title: Connecting Caring Communities
Role: Principal Investigator for Marquette University’s subaward

Professional Memberships


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