Dr. Sandie Sephton Receives Outstanding Graduate Mentor Award

 Dr. Sandie Sephton is the recipient of the 2018 College of Arts & Sciences Outstanding Graduate Mentor Award. In 18 years at U of L, Dr. Sephton has served as research mentor for 21 doctoral graduate students who have won numerous awards both within their discipline and at the University. Dr. Sephton is the author of over sixty peer-reviewed papers. Dissertation research projects in her lab have focused on topics in biobehavioral oncology, mindfulness, and physiological responses to chronic stress with funding by grants from the National Science Foundation, the Kentucky Lung Cancer Research Board, and the Nancy R. Gelman Foundation. She was nominated by current and former students.

Dr. Sephton Co-Directs the Mindfulness and Biobehavioral Health Research Lab: https://louisville.edu/psychology/sephton/biobehavioral