Wendi Born, PhD

KUMC-Clinical Assistant Professor


Dr. Born joined the Department of Family Medicine in 2011 as a Clinical Assistant Professor. Prior to joining the KU faculty, she was an Associate Professor in the Department of Psychology at Baker University. Dr. Born has a career-long interest in marginalized populations and improving care for the underserved. She has specialized clinical experience in anxiety disorders, health psychology, adjustment to chronic illness, geropsychology, and palliative care.

Recent Publications

  • Born W., Engelman K., Greiner K.,  Bhattacharya S., Hall S., Hou Q., Ahluwalia J. (2009) Colorectal cancer screening, perceived discrimination, and low-income and trust in doctors: a survey of minority patients. BMC public health. 9: 363.
  • Pulvers K.M., Kaur H., Nollen N.L., Greiner K.A., Befort C.A., Hall S., Born W., Fitzgibbon M.L., Ahluwalia J.S. (2008) Comparison of body perceptions between obese primary care patients and physicians: implications for practice. Patient education and counseling. 1: 73-81.
  • Greiner K.A., Born W., Hall S., Hou Q., Kimminau K.S., Ahluwalia J.S. (2008) Discussing weight with obese primary care patients: physician and patient perceptions. Journal of general internal medicine. 5: 581-7.
Last modified: Apr 14, 2014

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Wendi Born, PhD
KUMC-Clinical Assistant Professor

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