Sherylyn H. Briller (born September 19, 1968) is an American cultural anthropologist, who specializes in medical anthropology and applied anthropology. Briller is a professor of anthropology, a faculty associate for the Center on Aging and the Life Course (CALC), an affiliated faculty in the Critical Disabilities Studies Program, and an instructor for the Design and Innovation minor at Purdue University. Briller's research focuses on the cross-cultural study of health, aging, disability and end-of-life issues in Mongolia and various parts of the United States. She has completed work as a researcher and consultant for various public and private organizations, including the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services and Cultural Keys, LLC.

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  • Sherylyn H. Briller (born September 19, 1968) is an American cultural anthropologist, who specializes in medical anthropology and applied anthropology. Briller is a professor of anthropology, a faculty associate for the Center on Aging and the Life Course (CALC), an affiliated faculty in the Critical Disabilities Studies Program, and an instructor for the Design and Innovation minor at Purdue University. Briller's research focuses on the cross-cultural study of health, aging, disability and end-of-life issues in Mongolia and various parts of the United States. She has completed work as a researcher and consultant for various public and private organizations, including the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services and Cultural Keys, LLC. Her research studying health and aging has been published in numerous academic journals that focus on health, gerontology, and cultural studies. She has co-authored a book series titled Creating Successful Dementia Care Settings (2001) and co-edited End of Life Stories: Crossing Disciplinary Boundaries (2005). Her most recent co-authored book, Designing An Anthropological Career: Professional Development Exercise (2009), provides a series of exercises to encourage students to identify their career goals. (en)
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  • Sherylyn H. Briller (born September 19, 1968) is an American cultural anthropologist, who specializes in medical anthropology and applied anthropology. Briller is a professor of anthropology, a faculty associate for the Center on Aging and the Life Course (CALC), an affiliated faculty in the Critical Disabilities Studies Program, and an instructor for the Design and Innovation minor at Purdue University. Briller's research focuses on the cross-cultural study of health, aging, disability and end-of-life issues in Mongolia and various parts of the United States. She has completed work as a researcher and consultant for various public and private organizations, including the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services and Cultural Keys, LLC. (en)
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