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Elizabeth Moxley

  • Assistant Professor
  • ​​​PhD, RN, BS​​​
  • School of Nursing
  • (847) 578-8573
  • ​Rothstein Warden Centennial Learning Center​, room 1.010
​​​Specialization and Interests
  • Relationship between physical activity and type 2 diabetes in adults​
  • Role of exercise in the prevention of cardiovascular disease and as a treatment modality​
  • Exercise-related behavior, motivation, and effective methods to improve adherence​
  • Effective exercise interventions in pediatric patients​
  • Epidemiology of cardiovascular disease across the lifespan​
  • Achalasia and the effectiveness of surgical treatment for achalasia​
  • Cardiovascular research trials and pharmacotherapeutic interventions​
Awards and Honors
  • West Suburban College of Nursing Intramural Research Grant, ‘Scholarship Through Research’​ (2005-2006)
DePaul Affiliations
  • Chair, School of Nursing NCLEX Success Committee
  • School of Nursing Curriculum Committee
  • School of Nursing Scholarship Committee
  • School of Nursing Simulation Council
Professional Affiliations
  • Member, American Heart Association (1994 - present)
  • Member, Preventive Cardiovascular Research Association (2008 - present)
  • Member, Sigma Theta Tau, Alpha Lambda Chapter (2010 - present)
  • Member, American Heart Association, Exercise, Prevention, and Epidemiology and Prevention Subcommittee (2007 - 2013)
Select Publications

Speiss, A., Venkat, A., Sloan, S., Donahue, P., Moxley, E.A., Kahrilas, P. (1996). Outcome of Laparoscopic Myotomy in Management of Achalasia. Achalasia. Departments of Medicine & Surgery, Northwestern University, Rush-Presbyterian-St.Luke’s Medical Center, & Cook County Hospital, Chicago, IL. Digestive Diseases Weekly, (Digestive Disease Weekly) Washington, D.C.

Sorkin, R.P., Moxley, B. (1997). Randomised double-blind trial of fixed low-dose warfarin with aspirin after myocardial infarction. Coumadin Aspirin Reinfarction Study (CARS) investigators. Lancet, 350, 389-96.

Sorkin, R.P., Moxley, B. (1998). Dose-Dependent Increase in Mortality with Vesnarinone Among patients with Severe Heart Failure. 1998. The New England Journal of Medicine, 339, 1810-1816. 

Moxley, E. (1998). ‘Left Ventricular Diastolic Heart Failure’ . The Optime’s; Optime CHF. Newsletter for the Optime Study, Duke Clinical Research Institute.

Moxley, E.A., Quinn. L.T. Glycemic Control and Cardiovascular Fitness. Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing, Volume 29 (5), 392.