Candace Haugtvedt is a pharmacist at OSU Student Health Services Pharmacy. She has a Ph.D. in Pharmaceutical Administration/Preventive Medicine from Ohio State in 1998. Areas of expertise include health behavior/health promotion, public health advocacy and health care management.
Instructional Development Specialist
My primary research interest is economic development, particularly at the international level.
As a plastic surgeon, I specialize in microsurgery and cancer reconstruction, including breast, extremity and head and neck reconstruction.
Pär's research interest concerns how emotions and cognition influence decision-making. His current research centers on how emotions, numeracy, memory, and age influence decision-processes.
My research interests revolve around numerical cognition, and how numerical information influences decision making. My research involves modeling decision processes and uncovering individual difference in numerical judgments.
Tyler graduated magna cum laude from the Ohio State University with a BA degree and research distinction in political science.