Tamar Rodney, PhD, MSN, RN
Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a formidable opponent. Tamar Rodney believes the key to beating PTSD is acting quickly to identify the syndrome and giving the science time to catch up. Dr. Rodney is a board-certified psychiatric nurse practitioner who has worked in trauma and psychiatry. Her PhD research looked at biomarkers for PTSD in veterans with a traumatic brain injury. Her career goal is to change the way health care professionals approach diagnosis and treatment planning for individuals with mental health needs.
Below are selected resources. For more information, please see full CV.
*Rodney, T., Osier, N., & Gill, J. (2018). Pro- and anti-inflammatory biomarkers and traumatic brain injury outcomes: A review. Cytokine, S1043-4666(18)30012-7 [pii]
*Devoto, C., Arcurio, L., Fetta, J., Ley, M., Rodney, T., Kanefsy, R., & Gill, J. (2016). Inflammation relates to chronic behavioral and neurological symptoms in military with traumatic brain injuries. Cell Transplantation, content-ct-1673_devoto_et_al [pii]
*Brager, J., Rodney, T., & Finnell, D. (2017). Informational videos about alcohol use: Feasibility and acceptability. Journal of the American Psychiatric Nurses Association, , 1078390317731816. 10.1177/1078390317731816 [doi]
2021 AMERSA Marianne Marcus Award for outstanding clinical practice, research, policy and/or education in substance use disorders
2017 APNA Board of Directors Scholarship
2017 National League for Nursing - Foundation Scholarship Awards
2017 Sigma Theta Tau International - Edith Anderson Leadership Education Grant
2016 Geneva Foundation Scholarship - Jonas Veterans Healthcare Scholar
2016 Charles W. Haynes "Pay It Forward" Brain Injury Fellowship
2010 Kappa Tau Honor Society Graduate Thesis Award, Burlington, VT