Andrea Cohee, PhD, RN
Community & Health Systems
Associate Member, Cancer Prevention and Control, IU Simon Cancer Center
Nursing W433, Indianapolis
Post Doctoral Behavioral Oncology Fellowship 2017,
PhD, Indiana University
BSN, Indiana University
Dr. Cohee joined the faculty at IUSON in the fall of 2017. Her program of research focuses on psychosocial outcomes in survivors and their partners following a breast cancer diagnosis. Her work to this point has examined the relationship between social constraints, cognitive processing, and fear of recurrence and depression in both breast cancer survivors and their partners. Dr. Cohee’s current research is building on her previous descriptive work to develop interventions targeting fear of a cancer recurrence in survivors and their partners. Her long-term goal is to develop interventions for cancer survivors and their partners to improve quality of life outcomes that can be implemented into the clinical setting. Dr. Cohee teaches in the baccalaureate program in Research and Evidence-Based Practice, and also currently serves as President for the Indiana University School of Nursing Alumni Association.
R25 Postdoctoral Fellow, NCI (2015-2017).
F31 "The Long-Term Psychosocial Impact of Breast Cancer on Young Survivors and their Partners" NINR (2012-2015).
Graduate Scholarship in Cancer Nursing, ACS (2010-2011).
KL2 Fellow, Indiana CTSI- UL1TR002529 (2019-2021)