Adjunct Assistant Professor
|PhD||Trident University International||Health Science Education and Research||2018|
|MS||Touro College||Occupational Therapy||2001|
|BS||C.W. Post/ LIU||Psychology||1995|
Articles in Field Of Expertise
Daus. D. "Secondary data analysis using the NIS: falls in patients with HD." Trident University Proquest Publishing.. 2018: .
Toolsee, N., Somanah, J., Aruoma, O. I., Gunness, T. K., Kowelssur, S., Dambala, V., Murad, F., Daus, D. et. Al.. "Effectiveness of Green Tea in a Randomized Human Cohort: Relevence to Diabetes and its Complications." Biomedresearch international. 2013: .
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Non Refereed Proceedings in Field Of Expertise
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Presented Papers, Lectures, and Exhibitions and Performances
" Daus, D & Precin P. (2019). Pedagogical strategies to promote acceptance and perspectives of the LBGTQI+ faculty and students: Opening the lines of communication. Diversity. CUNY Faculty diversity and Inclusion Conference, " Manhattan NY. (accepted poster presentation).: CUNY Faculty.
" Daus, D. Conversations that matter: OT's role in the treatment of Huntington's disease " 4/2018: American Occupational Therapy Association.
Professional Honors, Prizes, Fellowships
A secondary data analysis using the NIS to determine fall risks with people with Huntington's disease: April 2018.
PS CUNY, HD and PD in the NIS. applied 12/14/18: 2600.
Other Professional Activities and Public Service
HDSA advocate for long island chapter: 2013 to present.