Office for Nursing Research
The Office for Nursing Research (ONR) supports the UW School of Nursing’s research mission to advance nursing science. UW is among the top ranked Schools of Nursing in research funding from the National Institutes of Health (NIH), with six centers of excellence. Our faculty and staff are Principal Investigators on approximately 150 active and pending research studies and are collaborators on dozens of research studies around the globe.
Our consultants assist faculty researchers with statistics, research design, and data analysis. Learn more.
- Schedule a consultation appointment through the online calendar. If you have questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Schedule a modeling party.
ONR provides grant application support for School of Nursing faculty, including holding research training sessions, providing information about preparing grant applications as well as finding funding opportunities. Learn more.
ONR offers the use of our labs, expertise, and testing services to researchers at the UW and across the United States. Learn more.
Research for lunch
The Office for Nursing Research hosts Research for Lunch as a venue for researchers to share their expertise and disseminate their research findings. All members of the UW and surrounding community are invited to attend. Learn more about upcoming topics.
For general inquiries, please contact us at email@example.com.
Administration and grant services
- Allison Webel, PhD, RN, FAAN
- Associate Dean for Research
- Sarah Zangrillo
- Manager, ONR
- Colie Pilling
- Grants Program Specialist
- Robert L. Burr, MSEE, PhD
- Bioengineer, Research Professor, Biobehavioral Nursing and Health Informatics
- Expertise: Bob has been affiliated with the Office for Nursing Research since 1976, assisting researchers with grant planning, study design, project technical implementation, database design, and general statistical programming/ analysis and interpretation of results. Bob has special interests in dynamic signals and systems, including research instrumentation for signal capture, statistical signal processing, longitudinal analysis, time series analysis of interval data, and lag sequential analysis of categorical behavioral data
- Kevin Cain, PhD
- Research & Biostatistical Consultant
- Expertise: Kevin has over 35 years of experience as a statistical collaborator and consultant, including research study design, analysis, interpretation. He has expertise in a wide range of statistical methodology and analysis method from simple analyses to complex, including analysis of survival time data, case control studies, longitudinal and clustered data.
- Ken Pike, PhD
- Research consultant
- Expertise: Basic statistics from a social science perspective. Stata statistical programming, structural equation models, latent class analysis, latent growth models, panel and pooled time-series designs, and multilevel mixed-effects models.
- Adrian Dobra, PhD
- Associate Professor, Statistics
- Ernie Tolentino
- Research Scientist, Lab Manager