Dr. Angela M. Allen
Clinical Research Program Director and Community Based Participatory Researcher
Dr. Angela M. Allen has a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) from Arizona State University College of Healthcare Innovation, a Master of Education/Educational Specialists (EdS), a Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) and a Bachelor of Science (BSN).
Dr. Allen serves a dual appointment as the Associate Clinical Research Program Director of Research at Banner Alzheimer’s Institute-Banner University Medical Center of Phoenix and a faculty instructor at Arizona State University, where she has been in this position for over 16 years. She serves in numerous capacities as a research investigator of several research studies.
Dr. Allen’s most recent work has been addressing cultural diversity in the clinical setting and a participant engaging the African American community in research with Mayo Clinic in the NIH Arizona Community Engagement Alliance (AZCEAL).
Additionally, Dr. Allen is an active member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Phoenix Metropolitan Alumnae Chapter; NIH Arizona All of US Research and Arizona Community Foundation African American Woman Giving and Empowerment Circle and Black Philanthropy Initiative having served as the co-chair. She has served on several boards in Washington, D.C.; Association of Rehabilitation Healthcare in Chicago, IL; Tanner Community Development Corporation in Phoenix, AZ; Senior Leadership Council for Alzheimer’s Association in Phoenix, AZ; and Consultant for the National Brain Health Center for African Americans in Richmond, VA, just to name a few.
Angela has also recently become an entrepreneur creating an organization called Empowering the Community, PLLC.