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Gayle G. Page Johns Hopkins University, USA

Dr. Gayle Page is known for her scientific inquiries into the biological effects of unrelieved pain and stress on cancer resistance and immune function and for expertise in mentoring new researchers. Dr. Page willingly shares her extensive knowledge of both basic and applied research broadly with fellow faculty, young researchers, and nursing students at all levels of education. From 2002-2006, Dr. Page served as the Director of the Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing PhD Program and currently directs the Center for Nursing Research and Sponsored Projects. She is an active member of the School's internal Scientific Review Committee, and has chaired a National Institute for Nursing Research initial review group at the National Institutes of Health. Dr. Page also collaborates with colleagues across disciplines to promote further understanding of the biological and behavioral aspects of both acute and chronic stress. Most recently, Dr. Page and a Hopkins Medicine colleague were awarded a 5-year continuation to their training grant to prepare interdisciplinary researchers to address the complex challenge of pain.