Corbett D. Brown, PhD, FNP-C, RN portrait
  • Assistant Professor (Clinical), College Of Nursing

Research Summary

Corbett to date has been involved in Asthma research, interprofessional education through telehealth conferencing, and obesity in urban Botswana.


  • BSN, Nursing, Arizona State University
  • MSN/FNP, Nursing, Arizona State University
  • PhD, Nursing, University of Pennsylvania. Project: Adolescent and Adult Perceptions of Adolescent Diet, Physical Activity, Body Size, and Obesity Prevention in Botswana


Corbett D. Brown, Phd, FNP-BC, RN is a graduate of Arizona State University (BSN, MSN) and the University of Pennsylvania (PhD). Corbett is an Assistant Professor (Clinical) teaching in the Primary Care DNP program and delivering primary care in the Juvenile Justice System (JJS). Corbett's clinical, advocacy, and research interests include obesity, nurse practitioner autonomy and scope of practice legislation, telehealth,  healthcare entrepreneurism, and global health. Corbett’s doctoral dissertation described the perceptions of adolescents and parents of adolescents regarding adolescent diet, physical activity, body size, and obesity in Botswana.