Allison Kunerth is the Data Manager for the Stress Neuorbiology and Prevention (SNAP) Laboratory. Her primary responsibilities include the management and processing of data across the lab, as well as developing and maintaining data management systems. She also collaborates on the analysis for a number of projects, utilizing her background in public health and quantitative methods. She has long been involved in research across a number of fields, and is currently a Ph.D. Candidate in Public Health Studies, focused on Biosecurity and Disaster Preparedness, at Saint Louis University. She received her PSM in Microbiology from Illinois Institute of Technology in 2014, and her M.S. in Biosecurity and Disaster Preparedness from Saint Louis University in 2013. Allison graduated from the UO with her BS in General Science in 2010 and is a lifelong Duck fan!
Ratnapradipa, K., Norrenberns, R., Turner, J.A., and Kunerth, A.K. (2017). Freshmen Flu Vaccination Behavior and Intention During a Nonpandemic Season. Health Promotion Practice.
Rebmann, T., Turner, J.A., and Kunerth, A.K. (2016). Presenteeism attitudes and behavior among Missouri Kindergarten to twelfth grade (K12) school nurses. Journal of School Nursing.
Rebmann, T., Kunerth, A.K., Zelicoff, A., Elliott, M.B., and Wieldt, H.F. (2016). Missouri K12 school collection and reporting of School-Based Syndromic Surveillance Data: A Cross Sectional Study. BMC Public Health.
Eberhart, J.K., Xinjun, H., Swartz, M.E., Yi-Lin, T., Hao, S., Boling, T.C., Kunerth, A.K., Walker, M.B., Kimmel, C.B., Postlethwait, J.H. (2008). MicroRNA Mirn140 modulates Pdgf signaling during palatogenesis. Nature Genetics, 40(3), 290-309. doi: 10.1038/ng.82