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Warner, Teddy

Research Associate Professor


Teddy is a research professor and psychologist with expertise in research design, statistics, survey research, and qualitative and quantitative measurement. He provides methodological, statistical, measurement, and survey consultation to faculty, staff, and students at UNM. In addition, Teddy serves as a designated Ethicist for UNM HSC’s Clinical Translational Science Center, providing ethics consultation to UNM faculty, staff, and students. He conducts a wide range of mostly NIH-funded research, and his current research focuses on ethical issues in research and health care and treatment of traumatized individuals. He currently teaches: (1) clinical research measurement in the CTSC Master’s of Clinical Research Program ; (2) responsible conduct of research (i.e., research ethics) for HSC graduate students, postdocs, and faculty; and (4) various psychology courses on main campus in statistics, social issues topics, and social psychology, where he also holds a faculty position in the psychology department.

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