Health communication, nursing communication, communicative/interactive constitution of organization, race and gender, diversity, and culture and organizations
Anne Maydan Nicotera (PhD, Ohio University) is a Professor and Chair in the Department of Communication at George Mason University, where she teaches courses in organizational and interpersonal communication.
Health communication, social media and interpersonal relationships, life span communication, and interpersonal issues in health communication
Dr. Wright received his Ph.D. from the University of Oklahoma. He has focused much of his research on social support processes and health outcomes in both face-to-face and computer-mediated contexts.
Director, Center for Health and Risk Communication
Health communication/promotion, multicultural relations, social organizations, applied research methods, health informatics, communication campaigns, social change
Gary L. Kreps is a University Distinguished Professor of the Department of Communication at George Mason University. He teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in Communication Research, Health Communication, Organizational Communication, Consumer-Provider Health Communication, Health Communication Campaigns, and E-Health Communication.
Health communication, persuasion, media effects, information seeking, tobacco prevention, and climate change communication
Xiaoquan Zhao received his Ph.D. (2005) from the Annenberg School for Communication, the University of Pennsylvania. His research focuses on health message design and effects, evaluation of public communication campaigns, health information seeking, information disparities affecting vulnerable populations, news effects on health and risk perceptions, and the role of the self in health behavior and persuasive communication.