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Faculty Spotlight - Dr. Katie Crosslin and Dr. Kristin Wiginton


Dr. Katie Crosslin and Dr. Kristin Wiginton's article "Sex Differences in Disease Severity Among Patients With Systemic Lupus Erythematosus" was recently published in the journal Gender Medicine (Vol. 8, No. 6, 2011). Their research focused on patients hospitalized in the DFW area and sought to "determine the effect of gender on SLE comorbidities and disease severity". To read the complete abstract, please see this link: The article is also available online in full text through the TWU Libraries.

Dr. Kristin Wiginton is an Associate Professor with the Department of Health Studies.

Dr. Katie Crosslin is an Assistant Professor with the Department of Health Studies. Her research interests include violence prevention, acculturation in Hispanics and effects on health, medically underserved populations, and chronic diseases/quality of life.

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