Amy Noser, PhD, is an assistant professor in the Department of Family Medicine and Community Health at the University of Minnesota Medical School. Dr. Noser is both a researcher and behavioral medicine clinician. She is a clinical child psychologist who specializes in integrated behavioral care and helping children and their families address treatment barriers. Her research focuses on adherence and self-management behaviors and the use of digital tools to assess and intervene on these behaviors in youth with chronic conditions and their families.
Adherence and self-management, eHealth & mHealth, health lifestyles, and behavior change.
Medical treatment adherence, behavior therapy, parent training, functional pain management, depression, and anxiety.
AddressUniversity of Minnesota
717 Delaware St SE, Rm 421
Minneapolis, MN 55414