Postdoctoral Fellowship, Indiana University, Indianapolis
PhD, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
MSN, Chungnam National University, South Korea
BSN, Chungnam National University, South Korea
Specialties and Expertise
Managing Chronic Conditions
Alzheimer’s Disease / Related Disorders
Quality of Life
Awards and Honors
Fellow of American Heart Association American Heart Association 2020
Excellence in Research Award Sigma Theta Tau International, Alpha Chapter 2020
Career Development Award American Heart Association 2019
Junior Investigator Award National Alzheimer’s Coordinating Center 2017
Nursing Research Award (1st place) Heart Failure Society of America 2016
Dr. Jung is an assistant professor at the Indiana University School of Nursing. She joined the faculty in the spring of 2018. Dr. Jung’s program of research focuses on cognitive interventions for patients with heart failure. The long-term goal of Dr. Jung’s research is to enhance quality of life and reduce unnecessary hospitalizations among people with heart failure by improving cognition needed to complete self-care tasks. Her program entails 1) developing advanced technology cognitive interventions for patients with heart failure and 2) identifying genetic biomarkers associated with improvements in attention and self-care. Dr. Jung’s current research project seeks to develop a virtual-reality based cognitive intervention using the natural environment to restore attention function in patients with heart failure. Dr. Jung also is a co-investigator on a study of a computerized cognitive training intervention to improve memory among patients with heart failure. In addition to her research, Dr. Jung teaches master’s level research methods classes, and serves as a committee member for the Heart Failure Society of America and the American Heart Association.
2020-2021. “Phenotyping the Pain of Heart Failure: Characterization, Predictors, and Outcomes.” (Co-I). Sigma Theta Tau International Alpha Chapter, $5,000.
2019-2022. (19CDA34520006). “A Virtual Reality Intervention to Improve Attention in Heart Failure Patients.” (PI). American Heart Association Career Development Award, $230,937.
2017-2018. “Testing a Model of Cognitive Function with APOE and BDNF Genes and Heart Failure.” (PI). National Alzheimer’s Coordinating Center Junior Investigator Award, $50,000. Sigma Theta Tau Alpha Chapter Research Grant, $2,468.
2016-2021. (R01NR016116). “Cognitive Intervention to Improve Memory in Heart Failure Patients.” (Co-I). NIH/NINR, $2,564,957.
Algashgari, E. Y., Jung, M., Von Ah, D., Stewart, J., & Pressler, S. J. Perceived facilitators and barriers to treatment fidelity in computerized cognitive training interventions. Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing. (in press).
Jung, M., Apostolova, L. G., Moser, D. K., Gradus‐Pizlo, I., Gao, S., Rogers, J. L., & Pressler, S. J. (2022). Virtual reality cognitive intervention for heart failure: CORE study protocol. Alzheimer's & Dementia: Translational Research & Clinical Interventions, 8(1), e12230. https://doi.org/10.1002/trc2.12230
Jung, M., Apostolova, L. G., Gao, S., Burney, H. N., Lai, D., Foroud, T., Saykin, A. J., & Pressler, S. J. (2021). Testing influences of APOE and BDNF genes and heart failure on cognitive function. Heart & Lung, 50(1), 51–58. doi:10.1016/j.hrtlng.2020.06.014
Jung, M., Hays, L., Pang, P. S., Newhouse, R., Arkins, T., O’Donnell, D., Cook, R., Gradus-Pizlo, I., McAdams, E., & Pressler, S. J. (2021). 911 calls for emergency medical services in heart failure: A descriptive qualitative study. Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing (Advanced online publication). doi:10.1097/JCN.0000000000000861
Pressler, S. J., Jung, M., Gradus-Pizlo, I., Titler, M. G., Smith, D. G., Gao, S., Lake, K. R., Burney, H., Clark, D. G., Wierenga, K. L., & Dorsey, S. G. (2021). Randomized Controlled Trial of a Cognitive Intervention to Improve memory in heart failure. Journal of Cardiac Failure, 28(4). https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cardfail.2021.10.008
Smith, A. B., Jung, M., Lee, C., & Pressler, S. J. (2021). Characterizing pain leading to emergency medical services activation in heart failure. The Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing. (Advanced online publication). doi:10.1097/jcn.0000000000000878
Halloway, S., Jung, M., Yeh, A. Y., Liu, J., McAdams, E., Barley, M., Dorsey, S. G. &, Pressler, S. J. (2020). An integrative review of brain-derived neurotrophic factor and serious cardiovascular conditions. Nursing Research, 69(5), 376–390. doi:10.1097/NNR.0000000000000454
Kohler, C., Chang, M., Allemann-Su, Y., Vetter, M., Jung, M., Jung, M., Conley, Y., Paul, S., Kober, K., Cooper, B., Smoot, B., Levine, J., Miaskowski, C., & Katapodi, M. (2020). Changes in attentional function in patients from prior to through 12 months after breast cancer surgery. Journal of Pain and Symptom Management, 59(6), 1172–1185.
Pressler, S. J., Jung, M., Lee, C. S., Arkins, T. P., O'Donnell, D., Cook, R., Bakoyannis, G., Newhouse, R., Gradus-Pizlo, I., & Pang, P. S. (2020). Predictors of emergency medical services use by adults with heart failure, 2009–2017. Heart & Lung, 49(5), 475–480. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.hrtlng.2020.03.002
Jung, M., Jonides, J., Berman, M. G., Northouse, L., Koelling, T. M., & Pressler, S. J. (2018). Construct validity of the multi-source interference task to examine attention in heart failure. Nursing Research, 67(6), 465–472. doi:10.1097/NNR.0000000000000314
Katapodi, M. C., Jung, M., Schafenacker, A. M., Milliron, K. J., Mendelsohn-Victor, K. E., Merajver, S. D., & Northouse, L. L. (2018). Development of a web-based family intervention for BRCA carriers and their biological relatives: acceptability, feasibility, and usability study. JMIR Cancer, 4(1), e7. doi:10.2196/cancer.9210
Pressler, S. J., Giordani, B., Titler, M., Gradus-Pizlo, I., Smith, D., Dorsey, S. G., Gao, S., & Jung, M. (2018). Design and rationale of the cognitive intervention to improve memory in heart failure patients (MEMOIR-HF) study. Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing, 33(4), 344–355. doi:10.1097/JCN.0000000000000463
Pressler, S. J., Jung, M., Titler, M., Harrison, J., & Lee, K. (2018). Symptoms, nutrition, pressure ulcers, and return to community among older women with heart failure at skilled nursing facilities: A pilot study. Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing, 33(1), 22–29.