Lisa M. O'Neill, DBH, MPH

  • Associate Director of Research & Education, UA Center on Aging
  • Clinical Assistant Professor, Medicine

Dr. Lisa O’Neill is the Associate Director of Education and Policy at the University of Arizona Center on Aging and Clinical Assistant Professor in the College of Medicine. In addition to developing geriatric educational materials for community and academic audiences, she serves on several statewide councils and boards, including the Governor’s Advisory Council on Aging, Senator Kelly’s Senior Citizen Advisory Group, and the Arizona Caregiver Coalition. In 2015, she was named Gerontologist of the Year by the Arizona Geriatrics Society, and she is a 2019-2020 Health and Aging Policy Fellow. 

Honors and Awards
  • Health and Aging Policy Fellow, 2019-2020
  • Gerontologist of the Year, Arizona Geriatrics Society, 2015
  • Appointed Member, Arizona Governor’s Advisory Council on Aging
  • Board Member, Southern Arizona Caregiver Consortium
  • Co-Founder/Chair, Southern Arizona Hoarding Taskforce