Meg Lubas, Ph.D., LCSW

Assistant Professor

Meg Lubas completed her MSW in 2009 from the Catholic University of America (clinical health specialization) and her PhD in 2017 from Old Dominion University in Health Services Research. She currently teaches practice and research courses in both the BSW and MSW Programs at Radford University. Her clinical experience includes the following populations/settings: medical social work (oncology, hospice, solid organ transplant), inpatient psychiatric settings, military populations, and private practice. Meg has been licensed as a clinical social worker in Virginia since 2016. From 2018-2020 Meg was funded as an NIH T32 Trainee in Cancer Survivorship at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Her research areas include psychosocial late effects of cancer survivorship; behavioral sleep interventions; and associations between sleep and health.