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Nina Katherine Sublette, PhD, APRN-BC

Nina Katherine Sublette

Assistant Professor
Department of Advanced Practice and Doctoral Studies
920 Madison, #946
Memphis, TN 38163
901-448-2696
nsublett@uthsc.edu

Curriculum Vitae

Dr. Nina Sublette joined The University of Tennessee Health Science Center as an Assistant Professor in the College of Nursing in December 2014. Her professional nursing experience also includes pediatrics, oncology, women’s health, infectious diseases, and sexual assault forensic evaluation. Dr. Sublette earned her BS in Education from The University of Tennessee at Martin and her BSN from The University of Tennessee Health Science Center. Her graduate education includes a Master of Education from The University of Memphis, MSN from The Mississippi University for Women, and Ph.D. from The University of Tennessee Health Science Center. Dr. Sublette’s Ph.D. research at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center in Memphis focused on the predictors of anxiety and depressive symptoms in African American HIV-positive women.

Dr. Sublette has practiced as a Family Nurse Practitioner for 15 years and currently provides obstetrical care to HIV-positive women in Memphis, Tennessee. She has an appointment as a faculty member in the College of Medicine at The University of Tennessee Health Science Center in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology. She is board certified as a Family Nurse Practitioner and holds certifications as an Advanced HIV/AIDS Certified Registered Nurse and a Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner. She is a member of the American Nurses Association, Tennessee Nurses Association, Sigma Theta Tau Nursing Honor Society, Association of Nurses in AIDS Care, and International Association of Forensic Nurses. Dr. Sublette also serves as a medical advisory committee member for A Step Ahead Foundation.

Dr. Sublette has a strong interest in antiretroviral adherence, co-morbid depression and anxiety, and the impact of sexual assault on mental health. Dr. Sublette is also a co-investigator/consultant on several NIH-funded IMPAACT research studies focused on prevention of mother-to-child HIV transmission, as well as maternal and neonatal pharmacokinetics of antiretroviral medications.

Last Published: Sep 28, 2017