Allison Webel, PhD, RN, FAAN

Assistant Professor
Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing

Allison Webel, PhD,RN, FAAN, is currently an Assistant Professor of Nursing at Case Western Reserve University. Her program of research is two-fold and focuses on HIV self-management interventions and the social and behavioral determinants of co-morbid chronic disease in people living with HIV. The long-term goal of Dr. Webel’s research is to improve the health and wellness of all people living with HIV and chronic co-morbid conditions.

Learn more about Dr. Webel's work at The Webel Research Lab website.
Dr. Allison Webel’s Research phone: 216.368.2912

Teaching Information

Teaching Interests

  • Nursing Research & Evidence Based Practice

Research Information

Research Interests

  • HIV Self-Management
  • Symptom Management
  • Biobehavorial Interventions
  • Translational Research

Research Projects

Student Research Opportunities

  • Undergraduate: Students interested in applying to SOURCE examining HIV behavioral or translational research questions should contact Dr. Webel to develop their proposal.
  • Graduate: DNP and PhD students wishing to complete a secondary analysis with existing data sets on women living with HIV or older adults living with HIV; should contact Dr. Webel. A proposal summary and University Hospitals/Case Medical Center IRB approval or exemption will be required prior to release of any de-identified data.
  • Post-Doctoral Fellowships: Those interested in a Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Dr. Webel’s Lab, should contact Dr. Webel for more information.

Recent Funding

  • Impact of Physical Activity of Routines and Dietary Intake on the Longitudinal Symptom Experience of People Living with HIV (PROSPER-HIV). National Institute of Nursing Research (Webel and Willig, MPI) 9/26/2018-6/30/2023.
  • Sex Specific Mechanisms in the Symptom Experience Among HIV+ Women in the CNICS Cohort. National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease. (Webel and Moore, MPI) 8/10/2018-4/30/2019.
  • A nurse-led intervention to extend the HIV treatment cascade for cardiovascular disease prevention (EXTRA-CVD). National Institute of Heart, Lung and Blood. (Webel, & Bosworth, Longenecker, MPI) 7/1/2018-6/30/2022.
  • “Perceived CVD Risk in People Living with HIV and Impact on CVD Prevention Behavior. Gilead Sciences, Inc (Webel & Longenecker, MPI) 12/1/2017-12/30/2018.


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Selected Publications


Doctor of Philosophy
University of California, San Francisco
Master of Science in Nursing
University of California, San Francisco
Certificate, Advanced Training in Clinical Research
Epidemiology and Biostatistics
University of California, San Francisco
Bachelor of Arts
The Ohio State University
Bachelor of Science in Nursing
The Ohio State University