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College of Nursing

MSC09 5350
1 University of New Mexico
Albuquerque, NM 87131

Phone: 1-800-690-0934

Mindy Tinkle

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Associate Professor

Curriculum Vitae

PhD, RN, WHNP-BC, FAAN

(505) 272-2766
Chair, Research & PhD Studies
mtinkle@salud.unm.edu


Dr. Tinkle joined the University of New Mexico College of Nursing as an Associate Professor in 2010 and is the Chair of Research and PhD Studies.  She was at the National Institutes of Health where she served for about a decade as Research Training Director for the National Institute of Nursing Research (NINR) and as Scientific Review Officer for the Center for Scientific Review.   Her clinical and research background over the past 30 years has been in health promotion in the community, particularly working with women and underserved populations.   Dr. Tinkle has particular interest in genetic nursing scholarship, with specific training at the NINR Summer Genetics Institute (SGI), both as an attendee and as SGI Program Director for 6 years.  She has served in leadership roles on several national nursing initiatives directed at building research skills in genetics among nurse scientists as well as increasing genetic knowledge and skills in nursing education.  Dr. Tinkle is actively involved in the University of New Mexico Clinical and Translational Science Center in the Community Engagement and Research Core and with UNM Comparative Effectiveness Research initiatives.

Dr. Tinkle received her BS from Texas Woman’s University, her MSN from University of Texas Health Center at San Antonio and her PhD from The University of Texas, Austin.

Keywords: health promotion, women, underserved populations, research skill, genetics, nursing education