Lucindra Campbell-Law, PhD, APRN, ANP, PMHNP-BC

Project Volunteer

Lucindra Campbell-Law, PhD, APRN, ANP, PMHNP-BC

Project Volunteer

Military Research Team

About Me

Professor at University of St. Thomas, School of Nursing. Earned a Bachelor's degree at Houston Baptist University in Houston, Texas; a Master of Science from University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, in Houston, Texas and a Doctorate from Texas Woman’s University, in Houston, Texas. 

Commitment to teaching excellence is evident by nomination for the Piper Award in 2005. Students acknowledged her ability to motivate and inspire by being nominated for the Opal Goolsby Award in 2004. Both awards represent the two highest honors that can be bestowed upon a faculty member.

One of twenty educators honored by the Ivy League Educational and Charities Foundation as a “Star in Education” in 2010. In 2005, named one of the top 20 in the area of practice in Houston by the Houston Chronicle and was tapped as an “Outstanding Alumnus” by her alma mater, the University of Texas Health Sciences Center. 

Dr. Campbell-Law is well known for her research and her work with the mentally ill and has a proven record of publications and presentations on this topic related to this population.

Consultant for Bristol Myers Squibb Company on Phase II development of new generation drugs for the treatment of schizophrenia and bipolar disorders. 

‍University of St. Thomas-Houston

Content Expert and Nursing Educational Consultant for Smilex Corporation for a project of integrating methodologies from the fields of instructional technology, cognitive science, and artificial intelligence to create a learning environment.  She contributed toward the development of a virtual client to assist students in development of therapeutic interviewing and problem solving. 

Adult Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner with  Logistics Health(LHI) in the Post Deployment Health Reassessment (PDHRA) and Periodic Health Assessment (PHA)  Department of Defense programs. Evaluates the soldiers’ current state of mental and physical readiness for deployment.  Screens for traumatic brain injuries/post-traumatic stress related issues with referrals as necessary to appropriate health care provider resources.

Member of Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing and holds dual membership in both the Eta Phi, Psi Iota and Zeta Phi chapters.

tors, and serves on the UTMB Development Board as well as the Association of Black Nursing Faculty Board of Directors. 


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