Nicole J. Borges, Ph.D., is associate professor in the Department of Community Health and director of Medical Education Research in the Office of Academic Affairs at the Boonshoft School of Medicine at Wright State University. She has worked in medical education since 1996 and is an active medical education researcher with extensive publications and presentations on medical education related topics.
Prior to coming to WSU she served as assistant professor of behavioral sciences at Northeastern Ohio Universities College of Medicine.
A licensed psychologist, Dr. Borges holds a Ph.D. in counseling psychology from Indiana State University. She interned at the Veteran's Administration Hospital in Danville, IL, and completed a fellowship in health psychology at the Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine.
In addition to her work in health psychology, she is an active medical education researcher. Her research interests include personality and medical specialty choice, physician career development, and noncognitive factors contributing to student success. A prolific writer, she has extensively published and presented medical education-related research.