Dana Johnson, MSc, MAT

Adjunct Faculty
  • Focus: Women's Health
  • Education:
    • BA in Cultural Anthropology, Oregon State University, 2010
    • MSc in Medical Anthropology, Durham University, 2012
    • MA in Teaching, Concordia University, 2018

Dana is an adjunct faculty member in the School of Undergraduate Studies at National University of Natural Medicine. Dana has an MSc in Medical Anthropology and an MA in Teaching. She teaches a variety of classes at NUNM including Introduction to Medical Anthropology, Human Sexuality, Scientific and Professional Communication, and the Capstone courses. Her passion for teaching is equally matched by her passion for women’s health. Thus, Dana has also worked as a birth and postpartum doula and as a midwifery assistant at an out of hospital birth center. Before working at NUNM, Dana spent time developing numerous educational and support programs locally and around the globe concerning food security, nutrition, pregnancy and childbirth, and overall wellness. When she is not in the classroom, Dana loves being outside as much as possible, spending time with her partner, family and friends.


  • Introduction to Medical Anthropology
  • Human Sexuality
  • Scientific and Professional Communication
  • Self-Care & Self-Management
  • Nutritional Anthropology
  • Capstone Courses