- M.S. in genetic counseling, Virginia Commonwealth University
- B.S. in diagnostic genetic sciences, University of Connecticut
Intervention research, recruitment methodology
- Board certified as a genetic counselor
- Graduate of the Virginia Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities (Va-LEND) program
- Rodriguez V.M., Gyure M., Corona R., Bodurtha J., Bowen D., Quillin J.M. (2015). What Women Think: Cancer Causal Attributions in a Diverse Sample of Women. Journal of Psychosocial Oncology, 33(1), 48-65. DOI: 10.1080/07347332.2014.977419
- Gyure, M., Rodríguez, V.M., Markowitz, M., Borzelleca, J., Corona, R., Krist, A., Quillin, J., Bowen, D., & Bodurtha, J. (2014). Practical considerations for implementing research recruitment etiquette in an outpatient setting. IRB: Ethics and Human Research, Nov-Dec; 36 (6), 7-12.
- Bodurtha J.N., McClish D., Gyure M., Corona R., Krist A.H., Rodriguez V.M., Maibauer A.M., Borzelleca J., Bowen D., & Quillin J.M. (2014). The KinFact Intervention – A Randomized Controlled Trial to Increase Family Communication about Cancer History. Journal of Women’s Health, Oct; 23(10), 806-16. DOI: 10.1089/jwh.2014.4754
- Quillin J.M., Krist A.H., Gyure, M., Corona R., Rodriguez V., Borzelleca J., & Bodurtha J. (2014). Patient-reported hereditary breast and ovarian cancer in primary care practice. Journal of Community Genetics, Apr; 5(2), 179-83. DOI:10.1007/s12687-013-0161-1
Maria Gyure brings a strong background in clinical practice and research to the VCU School of Education. She has authored articles, presented nationally and provided university trainings on the concept of recruitment etiquette.
Ms. Gyure currently serves as the project coordinator for multiple BEST in CLASS-related projects, including:
- BEST in CLASS-Elementary: A Preventative Classroom-based Intervention Model
- Development and Validation of Treatment Integrity Measures of Classroom-Based Instructional Interventions in Early Childhood Settings
- Efficacy of the BEST in CLASS Intervention for Young Children at High Risk for Emotional and Behavioral Disorders