Nicole Morgan is a Research Coordinator for the Center for Arts in Medicine. In addition to managing the Center’s Interdisciplinary Research Lab, she also provides support to CAM research projects and initiatives, including the EpiArts Lab, the One Nation, One Project initiative, and the Creating Health Communities initiative. Nicole also brings experience in clinical research, having coordinated behavioral studies and clinical trials at the Institute on Aging in UF College of Medicine’s Department of Geriatric Research, as well as at Shands Arts in Medicine on research assessing the use of Integrative Therapies at the bedside for patients undergoing treatment for Acute Myeloid Leukemia. Her own research focuses on the use of Graphic Medicine for pre-health students as a means of building clinical empathy, for which she received a University of Florida University Scholars Award. In Spring 2022, she co-created and implemented an arts in health project to build vaccine confidence in the University of Florida student body. In her spare time, Nicole is an avid yogi and a budding herbalist.