Keri Jupka has been supporting academic scholarly activities for over 15 years and has experience in all aspects of research including locating grant opportunities, grant preparation, implementation and reporting, closeout and manuscript development. She has worked with faculty members in a number of different disciplines including Nursing, Medicine, Psychology, Health Care Management, and Public Health. Keri is available to support the scholarly activities of College of Nursing Faculty and Graduate students and can provide assistance in finding funding opportunities, grant preparation including budgeting and forms completion, grant reviews and writing grant sections as appropriate. Keri can also assist with literature reviews for grant applications or manuscripts, manuscript reviews and submission, IRB preparation, grant reporting, and abstract review and development. Keri’s personal research interests include eliminating health-related disparities in the St. Louis community focusing on prostate and breast cancer, injury prevention, maternal and child health and health literacy.
Masters of Public Health – Behavioral Science and Health Education Concentration. 2001 Saint Louis University
Honors and Awards
Delta Omega Honorary Society of Public Health – Alpha Delta member
The Baccalaureate degree and Doctor of Nursing Practice programs and the post graduate APRN certificate program are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Colleges of Nursing Education. The baccalaureate degree program is approved by the Missouri Board of Nursing; all programs are approved by the Higher Learning commission.