Allison Webel, PhD,RN, FAAN, is currently an Associate 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
- Nursing Research & Evidence Based Practice
- HIV Self-Management
- Symptom Management
- Biobehavorial Interventions
- Translational Research
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.
- 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.
- Webel, A.R., Jenkins, T., Vest, M., Oliveria, V.H., Longenecker, C.T., Liu, J., Currie, J., Sattar, A. and Josephson, R. (2019) Cardiorespiratory fitness is associated with inflammation and physical activity in HIV+ adults. AIDS (London, England). DOI: 10.1097/QAD.0000000000002154 PMID: 30649064
- Webel, A.R., Willig, A.L., Liu, W., Sattar, A., Boswell, S., Crane, H.M., Hunt, P., Kitahata, M., Matthews, W.C., Ledeman, M.M., and Rodriguez, B. (2019). Physical Activity Intensity is Associated with Symptom Distress in the CNICS Cohort. AIDS and Behavior. 23(3) 627-635. PMID: 30368620
- Webel, A.R., Moore, S.M., Longenecker, C.T., Currie, J., Horvat-Davey, C., Perazzo, J., Sattar, A., & Josephson, R. (2018). A Randomized Controlled Trial of the SystemCHANGE Intervention on Lifestyle Behaviors in HIV+ Adults. JAIDS: Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes. 78(1) 23-33 PMID: 29373392.