Xenia T. King, PhD

Assistant Professor, Family and Community Medicine - (Research Scholar Track)

Dr. King, Research Associate in the Department of Family and Community Medicine, is affiliated with the Native American Research and Training Center within the department and a consultant with the Native Nations Institute in the Udall Center at UA.  She has a background in economics and physics and a doctorate in Psychology from Catholic University in Wash D.C.  Her work at RAND, various academic medical centers including Stanford and UCLA, and the Association of American Medical Colleges has provided her with over 30 years of experience in health services research, evaluation, social change, and business development of intellectual products.  Her interests include coping mechanisms underlying health and well-being, community based participatory research and evaluation, social change through development of strategies for shared clinical decision-making, evaluation of residents, and issues relating to protection of human subjects. 

Degrees
  • PhD: Catholic University in Washington D.C., Psychology