Postdoctoral Scholar
Specialty: health innovation, symptomatology and machine learning

Monique Bouvier, Ph.D., R.N.

Monique Bouvier is a postdoctoral scholar at the Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing at UC Davis. She is mentored by Associate Professor Katherine Kim and works in several research areas including health innovation, Kawasaki disease, cancer care and heart disease. Her research interests include symptomatology, pediatric health care and machine learning.

Previously, Bouvier worked for the United States Navy as a research nurse in the fields of pediatrics, nursing, and radiology. She was also a nursing instructor in pediatrics, nursing research, clinical care and pharmacology.  She is a board certified pediatric nurse practitioner who practiced in a pediatric neurology. She worked in clinical trial research for more than 10 years and directed several clinical trials in pediatric neurology.  

Bouvier earned a doctorate in nursing research from the University of San Diego in January 2017. Her dissertation research focused on understanding the subjective symptom experience in patients with influenza-like illness. She was named a Jonas Scholar and received several scholarships to help further her doctoral research. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Nursing in 2006 and Master of Science in Nursing in 2007 from the University of Florida.  

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