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Nancy G Kutner, Ph.D.

Professor
Rehab

Phone:(404) 712-5561
Email: nkutner@emory.edu (University)

Biography

Nancy Kutner, PhD is Professor of Rehabilitation Medicine and Professor of Sociology at Emory University. Under a contract with the National Institute on Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK) of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), Dr. Kutner directs a United States Renal Data System Special Studies Center on Rehabilitation and Quality of Life located at Emory. Her current projects focus on functional outcomes among persons with stroke and osteoarthritis, as well as chronic kidney disease. She has served on advisory committees for the Institute of Medicine, the Health Resources and Services Administration, and the Health Care Financing Administration.

Education

1965Ph.D.SociologyChapel Hill, NC, USA
1962M.A.SociologyChapel Hill, NC, USA
1960A.B.SociologyChapel Hill, NC, USA

Awards

01/2001Award of Excellence, Presidential Presidential Poster SessionSouthern Sociological Society
01/2000Research Award, Journal WritingAmerican Nephrology Nurses' Association
01/1999Special Emphasis Panel Reviewer, USRDS SSC 98-8, NIDDKNIH
01/1997Excellence in Research AwardPT Association
01/1996Blue Ribbon AbstractAmercian Society of Nephrology Annual Meeting
01/1991Health Advancement AwardNKF-FA, Inc.
01/1990Travel AwardNational Archive of Computerized Data on Aging
01/1990Travel AwardAmerican Council of Learned Societies
01/1983Georgia Research AwardNational Kidney Foundation of Georgia, Inc.
01/1963Howard W. Odum Memorial AwardDepartment of Sociology, UNC-Chapel Hill
01/1960Dean's List, Cum LaudeOberlin College

Publications

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