Sally Moyce RN Ph.D.
Founder and Director
Dr. Moyce began her nursing career working with migrant and seasonal farmworkers in Oregon, and it was there that she learned about health disparities affecting this marginalized population. She was also intimately impacted by working with a 23-year-old woman in kidney failure, which led to her dissertation research at the University of California, Davis. She investigated the cumulative incidence of acute kidney injury in agricultural workers in the state of California. She came to Montana State University’s College of Nursing in fall 2018. She teaches courses in research, community-based nursing, and public health nursing.