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Dr. Gail H. Ironson PhD

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Professor of Psychology and Psych...

Phone: (305) ***-****  
Email: g***@***.edu
Local Address:  Coral Gables , Florida , United States
University of Miami
Life Sciences & Technology Park 6Th Floor 1951 NW 7Th Avenue
Miami , Florida 33136
United States

Company Description: The University of Miami is a vibrant community of exceptionally talented individuals engaged in the pursuit of academic excellence, the discovery of new knowledge,...   more

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  • doctorate , quantitative psychology
    University of Wisconsin
  • medical degree
    Stanford University
  • M.D.
    University of Miami
  • Ph.D.
    University of Wisconsin-Madison
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Spirituality was deemed so powerful that ..., 21 Dec 2013 [cached]
Spirituality was deemed so powerful that Dr. Gail Ironson, a professor of psychiatry and psychology at the University of Miami who studies HIV and religious belief, offered this positive commentary on its comparable nature to medicine: "Even accounting for medications, spirituality predicts for better disease control."
Southern CA WIHS Newsletters, 3 Dec 2002 [cached]
There is growing evidence that patients who live longer are significantly different from those who start out just as well but fall ill sooner, said psychiatrist Gail Ironson of the University of Miami.She reported findings from several studies of 182 HIV-positive men and women at the recent American Psychosomatic Society meeting in Barcelona.Although some studies have linked personal qualities to a better prognosis with AIDS, Ironson's is the first in which most patients were taking protease inhibitors. "Even with lifesaving drugs," Ironson says, "this shows that psychological factors are still important in predicting who's going to become a long survivor."Several studies from Ironson's research team show: à Survivors living up to seven years after a serious AIDS-related illness are much more likely than a control group of patients to express compassion for others and spiritual convictions.They have lower levels of cortisol, a stress hormone that impairs the immune system, "and that may give them a survival edge," Ironson says. à HIV-positive people with no AIDS-related illnesses to start had less of the virus in their system a year later, and healthier blood counts, if they found some meaning in their HIV diagnosis, such as a signal that they are supposed to change their lives for the better.Those who saw meaning were less anxious and depressed. à Self-acceptance and acceptance by family, friends and co-workers also predicted healthier blood counts and lower virus levels during a year. "You can't change your family, but the take-home message is to find friends or a support group that will accept you, and get into a positive work environment if you can," Ironson said.
Grief Therapy May Offer Tool to Fight HIV Infection -- Arehart-Treichel 36 (10): 18 -- Psychiatric News, 18 May 2001 [cached]
Gail Ironson, M.D., Ph.D., a psychiatrist and psychologist with the University of Miami, has been researching the effects of religion on HIV-positive men (Psychiatric News, May 5, 2000).She is also familiar with this most recent investigation by Goodkin and his colleagues.It is the first randomized controlled clinical trial "to show an impact of stress management on the HIV virus, so I think it is a very important study," she told Psychiatric News.
Spiritual Transformation | Scientific Research Program, 7 April 2011 [cached]
Principal Investigator: Gail Ironson, University of Miami
Gail Ironson is Professor of Psychology and Psychiatry at the University of Miami. She specializes in behavioral medicine and has served as the president of the Academy of Behavioral Medicine Research. She is a fellow in the Society of Behavioral Medicine and the Academy of Behavioral Medicine Research, and serves on the editorial boards of several journals. She has conducted extensive research in the areas of behavioral medicine with HIV, cancer, and cardiac patients, and has published over 100 peer-reviewed articles and book chapters. She hold a Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and an M.D. from the University of Miami.
Gail Ironson, Consultant (University of Miami)
Michael H. Antoni, Gail ..., 25 May 2014 [cached]
Michael H. Antoni, Gail Ironson, Neil Schneiderman
Michael H. Antoni, Gail Ironson, Neil Schneiderman
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