- Lungs--Diseases, Obstructive
- Public health
Andrew Harver, PhD is a Professor of Public Health Sciences at UNC Charlotte. He holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of Washington in Seattle, and master’s and doctoral degrees in experimental psychology from Ohio University in Athens. He completed a post-doctoral fellowship in the Department of Physiology at Dartmouth Medical School and held teaching and research positions at the State University of New York at Stony Brook. He joined the UNC Charlotte faculty in 1991 as a member of the Department of Psychology, and subsequently served as Faculty Associate in the Office of the Provost (2000-2001), Interim Associate Dean of the Graduate School (2001-2002), and founding chair of the Department of Public Health Sciences (2002-2010).
Dr. Harver’s research program results from a blend of training and interests in experimental psychology, respiratory physiology, and pulmonary medicine. His work examines the perception of dyspnea and the impact of symptoms on the management of obstructive lung disease. He has published 2 books and over 60 book chapters and journal articles; and presented about 150 abstracts, talks, and workshops at regional, national, and international scientific meetings. He has consistently involved students at all levels – high school, undergraduate, master’s, and doctoral – in his research activities. Harver maintains keen interest in research ethics and scientific integrity; the university initially secured Federal-Wide Assurance for the Protection of Human Subjects in Research in 2001 during his term as Chair of the Institutional Review Board for Research with Human Subjects. A Faculty Associate with the Center for Professional and Applied Ethics since 2002, he currently serves as a campus mediator through the University Ombuds Office.
Recent Citations for Andrew R. Harver
- Editorial : integrative learning in US undergraduate public health education : effective high-impact practices
- Integrative learning in US undergraduate public health education: Effective high-impact practices
- The capstone ePortfolio in an undergraduate public health program : accreditation, assessment, and audience