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Team Scientist, Newark DE
Chief Wellbeing Officers® Advisor
Retired Dean of University of Delaware College of Health Sciences
  • Developer of the Health Sciences Complex on the Science, Technology, and Advanced Research (STAR) Campus

  • Received her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in biology from the University of Delaware

  • Earned her PhD in endocrine physiology from the University of Washington, Seattle

  • Associate Vice President for Clinical Partnerships and Research Infrastructure at Arizona State University

  • Director of the ASU-Mayo Clinic Partnership

  • Franca G. Oreffice Dean’s Distinguished Professor of Kinesiology at ASU

  • Congressional Health Policy Fellow for the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee

  • Dean, UD College of Health Sciences, 13yrs ( 2009 – 2022)

  • Executive Director of Delaware Health Sciences Alliance ( 2009 – 2017)

Meet Dr. Kathleen Matt
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CONVERSAT10N: Want to control how you respond to stress? 2020 has been a stressful year for all of us, to say the least. Our bodies have a natural physiological reaction to stress which can have both positive and negative effects on us physically and mentally. In today’s 10 Talks, Carlette introduces us to Dr. Kathleen Matt, who is an expert in endocrine physiology. Dr. Matt shares with us how our body physiologically responds to stress and some ways we can manage it. You’ll hear about cortisol, adrenaline, noradrenaline and how food, exercise, sleep and being intentional can have positive effects on reducing stress to help us win wellbeing.

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