Dr. Devon Noonan joined the School of Nursing faculty in 2013 and will initially teach Health Promotion (N502) at DUSON. She is a registered nurse and registered nurse practitioner with over eight years of clinical practice in community health, occupational health, and pediatric/adolescent health settings. She received her BSN at Boston College, her MS in Nursing at Georgetown University, and her MPH and PhD at the University of Virginia.
Dr. Noonan’s research is focused on health promotion and cancer risk reduction in vulnerable populations. While at the University of Virginia, she received a fellowship from the American Lung Association and a small grant from Sigma Theta Tau to support her work on understanding alternative tobacco use methods in college students. She has just completed an NIH T32 fellowship at the University of Michigan School of Nursing and has worked on various projects to gain a greater understanding of health risk behaviors and cancer risk reduction strategies in vulnerable populations.