Dr. Lucindra Campbell-Law Dr. Lucindra Campbell-Law Professor and Division Dean, Graduate Programs; Cullen Trust for Healthcare Endowed Chair in Nursing
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Dr. Campbell-Law is a Professor and Divisional Dean of Graduate Programs at the University of St. Thomas, Peavy School of Nursing. She is currently the PSON, Cullen Trust Endowed Faculty for Healthcare. Dr. Campbell-Law earned a Bachelor's degree at Houston Baptist University in Houston, Texas; a Master of Science from the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, and a Doctorate from Texas Woman’s University, Houston, Texas. She joined the UST, PSON faculty in 2013 after nearly twenty-three years on the faculty at Houston Baptist University. Her commitment to teaching excellence is evident by students’ acknowledgment of her ability to motivate and inspire. Dr. Campbell-Law has received numerous awards for her contributions to the profession. She was also nominated for the Piper Award and the Opal Goolsby Award. Both awards represent the two highest honors bestowed upon a faculty member. Dr. Campbell-Law is an Adult / Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner and has a combined 40 plus-year history in academia, research, practice. Dr. Lucindra Campbell-Law’s area of research includes psychiatric disorders and dual diagnoses (bipolar disorder, major depression and substance abuse) and is a much sought after expert on topics dealing with mental illnesses among underserved populations. Her interest is in the biomarkers and risk factors for the development of post-traumatic stress-related issues. In her practice, Dr. Campbell-Law’s practice and population focus is with pre and post-deployed military service members’ and their risk for Post-Traumatic Stress, and traumatic brain injuries. Dr. Campbell-Law is well known for her work with the mentally ill and has a proven record of publications and presentations on mental illness in underserved populations.


  • Doctor of Philosophy - Nursing Science - Texas Woman's University (2004)
  • Master of Science - Mental Health Nurse Pract. - The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (1996)
  • Bachelor of Science - Nursing - Houston Baptist University (1994)

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