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Abbey Mann, PhD Curriculum Vitae October 2019

East Tennessee State University Department of Family Medicine Quillen College of Medicine P.O. Box 70621 Johnson City, TN 37614 abbey.mann@gmail.com

160 Laurel Canyon Johnson City, TN 37615 (484) 919-1792

EDUCATION 2016

Ph.D. in Community Research and Action Vanderbilt University, Peabody College, Nashville, TN

2016

Graduate Certificate in Women’s and Gender Studies Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN

2012

M.S. in Community Research and Action Vanderbilt University, Peabody College, Nashville, TN

2007

B.A. in Psychology Bryn Mawr College, Bryn Mawr, PA

CURRENT POSITION 2018- Present

Assistant Professor Family Medicine, Research Division East Tennessee State University, Johnson City, TN

PUBLICATIONS Refereed Journal Articles Click. I., Mann, A., Johnson, L., Buda, M., Rahimi-Saber, A., Schultz, A., & Shelton, K. (2019).Transgender health education for medical students. The Clinical Teacher, 16, 1-5. Kaniuka, A., Jordan, M., Brooks, B., Dodd, J., Mann, A., Williams, S., & Hirsch, J. K. (2019). Stigma and Suicide Risk among the LGBTQ Population: Conditional Indirect Effects of Depressive and Anxiety Symptoms and Connectedness to the LGBTQ Community. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Mental Health, 23(2), 205220.


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Chadwick, C., Brinkley-Rubinstein, L., McCormick, M., & Mann, A. K. (2019). Experiences of HIV stigma in rural Southern religious settings. International Journal of Culture and Mental Health, 11(4), 731-740. Williams, S. L., Mann, A. K. , & Fredrick, E. G. (2017) Proximal minority stress, psychosocial resources, and health in sexual minorities. Journal of Social Issues, 73(3), 529-544. Williams, S., Mann, A. K. & Frost, D. (2017) Sexual and gender minority health disparities as a social issue: How stigma and intergroup relations can explain and reduce health disparities. Journal of Social Issues, 73(3), 450-461. Mann, A. K., & Heflinger, C. A. (2016). Community setting-specific and serviceseeking stigma towards children with emotional and behavioral disorders and their families. Journal of Community Psychology, 44(2), 199-213. Book Chapters Brinkley-Rubinstein, L., Chatman, V. S., Lunn, L., & Mann, A. K. & Heflinger, C. A. (2016). Putting Boyer’s four types of scholarship into practice: A community research and action perspective on public health. In Barnes, S., BrinkleyRubinstein, L., Doykos, B., Martin, N., & McGuire, A. (Eds). Academics in action! A model for community-engaged research, teaching, and service (pp. 121-141). New York, NY: Fordham University Press. Finch, A., Nwosu, O., Frieden, G., Hennessey, E., Heflinger, C. A., McGuire, A., Suiter, S. V., Burchfield, E., Martin, N., Issacs, L., Brinkley-Rubinstein, L., Speer, P., Mann, A. K.., Shields, S., Palmer, N., Pittman, B., & Barnes, S. (2016). Can synergy across theory, pedagogy, and practice guide professional education? The Community Development and Action (CDA) and Human Development and Counseling (HDC) graduate experiences. In Barnes, S., Brinkley-Rubinstein, L., Doykos, B., Martin, N., & McGuire, A. (Eds). Academics in action! A model for community-engaged research, teaching, and service (pp. 238-259). New York, NY: Fordham University Press. Brinkley-Rubinstein, L., & Mann, A. K.. (2014). The complexity of culture: Using an intersectional and social ecological lens to examine the impact of culture on health disparities. In R. Gurung (Ed.), Multicultural approaches to health and wellness in America (pp. 29-50). Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO. Newsletters Hirsch, J. K., Kaniuka, A., Brooks, B., Hirsch, K. K., Mann, A., Williams, S. L., Cohn, T. J., Dodd, J. (2017) What the Trump? Anticipated rejection and concern about rights are associated with suicide risk in LGBTQ communities, but can resilience trump risk? The Clinical Psychologist 70(2), 17-20.


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Manuscripts in Preparation Mann, A., Williams, S., Job, S., Chaudoir, S., & Pachankis, J. (In preparation). The buckle of the bible belt: Minority stress in sexual minority emerging adults in South Central Appalachia. Target journal: Social Science and Medicine Mann, A., Click, C., Johnson, L., Schultz A., Rahimi-Saber A., Buda M., & Lee R.K. (In preparation). Knowledge, attitudes, and practices of East Tennessee primary care providers regarding transgender health. Target journal: LGBT Health Mann, A., McCartt, P., & Khoury, A. (In preparation). Southern primary care providers’ perspectives on contraception guidelines. Target journal: Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare Fredrick, E., Mann, A., & Brooks, B. (In preparation). A qualitative examination of sexual minority structural stigma in the wake of the 2016 U.S. presidential election. Target journal: Sexuality Research and Social Policy PRESENTATIONS AND POSTERS Nicholson, C, Altschuler, B, & Mann, A. (2019, September). Stigma about women’s health in Northeast Tennessee. Summer Medical Student Research Forum. Quillen College of Medicine, East Tennessee State University, Johnson City, TN Pienkowski, S. & Mann, A. (2019, September). Providers’ perspective on treating patients for substance use disorder in Northeast Tennessee. Summer Medical Student Research Forum. Quillen College of Medicine, East Tennessee State University, Johnson City, TN Mann, A., & Click I. (2019, June). Barriers to accessing healthcare for transgender populations in Appalachia. Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues, San Diego, CA. Click I,. Mann A., Johnson L., Schultz A., Rahimi-Saber A., Buda M., & Lee R.K.. Knowledge, attitudes, and practices of East Tennessee medical providers towards transgender patients. NAPCRG Annual Meeting; November 2018; Chicago, IL. Mann, A., Fredrick, E., Job S., Brooks, B., & Williams, S. (2018, June). Building electronic bridges to hard to reach populations. Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues, Pittsburgh, PA. Schultz, A., Buda, M., Rahimi-Saber, A., Lee, R., Mann, A., Johnson, L., & Click, I. (2018, April). Knowledge, attitudes and practices of East Tennessee medical providers towards transgender patients. Appalachian Student Research Forum, East Tennessee State University, Johnson City, TN. Buda, M., Rahmimi-Saber, A., Schultz, A., Shetlon, M., Johnson, L., Mann, A., & Click,


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I. (2018, April ). Transgender medicine integrated grand rounds: Are medical students receiving enough education to competently care for our patients? Appalachian Student Research Forum, East Tennessee State University, Johnson City, TN. Mann, A. K., Case, K., & Grzanka, P. (2017, June). LGBT+ rights at the state/local level: Lessons from Tennessee. Society for the Study of Social Issues Annual Research Conference. Albuquerque, NM. Mann, A. K. (2017, April). Sexual minority women’s health. Appalachian Student Research Forum. Johnson City, TN. Mann, A. K. (2016, June). Predictors of sexual minority women’s access to care. . Society for the Study of Social Issues Annual Research Conference. Minneapolis, MN. Mann, A. K. (2015, June). Sexual minority women’s health: The role of stigma and access to care. Poster presentation at Academy Health, Gender and Health Interest Group, Minneapolis, MN. Mann, A. K. (2015, June) Consequences of prioritizing policy goals related to sexual minority populations. Society for the Study of Social Issues Research and Policy Conference, Washington, DC. Mann, A. K. (2014, October). Methodological challenges in working with sexual minority women. 28th Annual Conference of the American Evaluation Association, Denver, CO. Mann, A. K. (2014, June). Sexual minority wellbeing: Stigma, social networks, and access to care. Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues 10th Biennial Conference, Portland, OR. Mann, A. K. (2013, June). Rural community stigma towards children with emotional and behavioral disorders. Society for Community Research and Action. Poster presentation at 2013 Biennial Meeting, Miami, FL. Mann. A. K. (2013, April). Rurality and stigma towards children with emotional and behavioral disorders: The role of place. Association of American Geographers, 2013 Annual Meeting, Los Angeles, CA. Mann, A. K., Howard, D., Barr, D., & Packrone, S. (2010, May). Assessing antisemitism: A coding scheme for analyzing adolescents’ self-reported changes in intergroup attitudes within an experimental evaluation of the Facing History and Ourselves Program. American Education Research Association 2010 Annual Meeting, Denver, CO.


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Invited Talks 2019

Invited speaker, Medical Students for Health Equity. East Tennessee State University. Quillen College of Medicine. A Medical Perspective on Firearm Safety.

2018

Invited speaker, Integrated Grand Rounds. East Tennessee State University, Quillen College of Medicine. Evidence Based Medicine.

2013

Invited speaker, evening lecture on mental health stigma for undergraduates: Stigma and Mental Health on College Campuses. Vanderbilt University.

2013

Invited speaker, East Tennessee State University Psychology Department: Sexual Minority Wellbeing: A Proposed Model of Factors Affecting Health and Mental Health Outcomes.

AWARDS AND RECOGNITIONS 2017

Appalachian Student Research Forum Best Talk Given by a Postdoctoral Fellow – 1st Place

2017

Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues - Policy Workshop and Advocacy Day Travel Award

2015

Community Research and Action Best Graduate Instructor Award

2014

Community Research and Action Best Graduate Instructor Award

2010-2015

Peabody College Graduate Honor Scholarship, $50,000

2006

Howard Hughes Medical Institute Grant for Summer Research

2005

Howard Hughes Medical Institute Grant for Summer Research

FUNDING Funded 2019 East Tennessee State University Research Development Committee Interdisciplinary Grant. Funding would support community-based participatory research project aimed at improving healthcare access for transgender and gender non-conforming adults in southern Appalachia. Principal Investigator, $49,994.


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Unfunded 2018 Lesbian Health Fund. Sexual and reproductive health care access of sexual minority women and girls in South Central Appalachia. Funding would support examination of sexual and reproductive healthcare for sexual minority women and girls in East TN, Western NC, and Southwestern VA. Up to $20,000. 2018 East Tennessee State University Research Development Committee Interdisciplinary Grant. Funding would support community-based participatory research project aimed at improving healthcare access for transgender and gender non-conforming adults in southern Appalachia. Up to $50,000. 2017 East Tennessee State University Research Development Committee Major Grant. Funding would support community-based participatory research project aimed at improving healthcare access for transgender and gender non-conforming adults in southern Appalachia. Up to $10,000. 2017 East Tennessee State University Research Development Committee Interdisciplinary Grant. Funding would support community-based participatory research project aimed at improving healthcare access for transgender and gender non-conforming adults in southern Appalachia. Up to $50,000. 2015 APA Dissertation Research Award in support of science-oriented doctoral students’ research Costs. $1000 or $5000. 2015 Janet Hyde Graduate Student Research Grant in support of feminist research. $500. 2015 Geis Memorial Award in support of dissertation research on the Psychology of Women. $15,000. RESEACH EXPERIENCE 2018-Present Research Faculty Member Family Medicine, Quillen College of Medicine, East Tennessee State University 2016-Present Project Access Consultant (pro bono) Using data analysis to assist a program that bridges gaps in healthcare access for adults in northeast Tennessee 2016-2018

Postdoctoral Research Fellow Psychology Department, East Tennessee State University. Johnson City, TN

2013-2016

Sexual minority women’s wellbeing project


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Principal Investigator Examining stigma and access to physical and mental healthcare for women who identify as sexual minority in middle Tennessee 2013-2014

Tennessee Voices for Children (non-profit) Research Intern Worked with children’s mental health advocacy organization to improve the quality of data collection and analysis

2012-2014

HIV stigma and access to care in rural Tennessee Co-investigator Qualitative interview project with HIV-positive adults living in rural areas of middle Tennessee

2012-2016

Stigma towards children with emotional and behavioral disorders Research Assistant Surveyed parents in rural and urban settings about their attitudes, ideas, and beliefs about children with emotional and behavioral disorders

2010-2012

Community-engaged life histories with African American elders Research Assistant Worked with a group of older African American participants in Murfreesboro, TN on community and personal life history project

2008-2010

Facing History and Ourselves (non-profit) Research Assistant for Program Evaluation Worked in Program Evaluation Department in an international education non-profit and engaged in a wide range of research activities

TEACHING EXPERIENCE East Tennessee State University – Assistant Professor, Family Medicine 2019 2018

Research curriculum for resident physicians – lecture series on research methods for research and quality improvement in residency Research curriculum for resident physicians - lecture series on research methods for research and quality improvement in residency

East Tennessee State University – Adjunct Faculty 2017 2017 2016

Design and Analysis II – undergraduate level methods and statistics Design and Analysis II – (online version of course) undergraduate level methods and statistics Design and Analysis I – undergraduate level methods and statistics


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Vanderbilt University – Instructor of Record 2014 2013

Community Inquiry – masters level community research methods Community Inquiry – masters level community research methods

Vanderbilt University – Co-Instructor 2012

Community Inquiry – masters level community research methods

Vanderbilt University – Teaching Assistant 2015 2010-2015

Understanding Organizations – undergraduate level organizational theory Systematic Inquiry – undergraduate level research method course

Guest Lectures 2019 2017 2016 2016 2011 2011

Consequences of Stigma Miami University, Ohio Psychology of Sexual Orientation and Gender Diversity East Tennessee State University Diversity Graduate Seminar East Tennessee State University Community Inquiry Vanderbilt University Systematic Inquiry Vanderbilt University Introduction to Health Policy Vanderbilt University

Mentoring 2018-2019 2018-2019 2019 2018 2014 2014 2013 2013

Advisor for ETSU Chapter of Scrubs Addressing the Firearm Epidemic Convene monthly LGBTQ+ student research group Supervised summer medical student research experience Supervised summer medical student research experience Convened master’s students for a research group on stigma Convened master’s students to code qualitative data Supervised undergraduate research experience Supervised visiting students in summer research program for racial and ethnic minority students

Courses Prepared to Teach Social Psychology Research Methods and Statistics Qualitative Research Methods Community Research Methods


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Feminist Research Methods Community Health Community Psychology Introduction to Psychology Health Psychology Stigma and Health PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT 2019 2014 2014 2013

Workshop on Early Career Grant Opportunities National Institutes of Health, Emory University Certificate in College Teaching Center for Teaching, Vanderbilt University Scholarship in Teaching and Learning Seminar Center for Teaching, Vanderbilt University Social Network Analysis Workshop, Inter-University Consortium for Political and Social Research

SERVICE TO THE PROFESSION 2018-Present Member of the Editorial Board of Families, Systems, & Health 2014-2017 Co-editor special issue of the Journal of Social Issues SERVICE TO THE UNIVERSITY 2018-present 2010-2013 2012-2014

Appalachian Student Research Forum Committee Mentoring Committee, Community Research and Action Program, Vanderbilt University Student Advisory Board to the Dean, Peabody College, Vanderbilt University

AFFILIATIONS Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues (APA Division 9) Society for the Psychological Study of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Issues (APA Division 44) Society for the Psychology of Women (APA Division 35) RESEARCH SKILLS Methods skills Multiple regression analysis; Structural equation modeling; Hierarchical linear modeling (multilevel modeling); Qualitative data analysis; Program evaluation; Social network analysis


Abbey K Mann Analytical and research software, programs, and languages STATA; SPSS; R; Gephi (social network graphing); LISREL (structural equation modeling); AMOS (structural equation modeling); Excel; NVivo; EndNote; REDCap REFERENCES Craig Anne Heflinger, PhD Professor of Human and Organizational Development, Emerita Department of Human and Organizational Development Vanderbilt University Mailing address available upon request (615) 859-3553 c.heflinger@vanderbilt.edu Stacey Williams, PhD Associate Professor of Psychology Department of Psychology East Tennessee State University P.O. Box 70649 Johnson City, TN 37614 (423) 439-6693 williasl@mail.etsu.edu Beth Shinn, PhD Professor of Human and Organizational Development Department of Human and Organizational Development Vanderbilt University 230 Appleton Place Peabody College #90 Nashville TN 37203 (615) 322-8735 beth.shinn@vanderbilt.edu Ivy Click, EdD Director of Research Division Department of Family Medicine East Tennessee State University PO Box 70621 Johnson City, TN 37614 (423) 439-6741 click@etsu.edu

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