Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine
Center for the Human-Animal Bond
Dr. O’Haire is a Fulbright Scholar who earned her doctorate in Psychology from The University of Queensland. She is a human-animal interaction researcher studying outcomes from service animals, therapy animals, and companion animals. She works with several populations; examples include children with autism spectrum disorder, military veterans with posttraumatic stress disorder, and individuals with physical disabilities. Her research focus is on psychosocial and psychophysiological outcomes.
Website link: http://www.humananimalinteractions.com/