Nicole Mori, RN, MSN, APRN-BC

Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner
Lindner Center of HOPE

Nicole Mori serves as a Psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner at Lindner Center of HOPE, with a primary focus on adults with mood disorders and obesity.  In her role at the Research Institute, Ms. Mori is involved in all aspects of the research process, from screening, evaluating and managing study participants, to the preparation of papers for publication.

Ms. Mori has extensive experience as a Registered nurse and in advanced practice.  She is dually certified as a Family nurse practitioner and as a Psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner, which enables her to address the needs of complex patients holistically.

She joined the Research Institute at the Lindner Center of Hope in 2008.  As a researcher, Ms. Mori has served as co-investigator, study clinician and coordinator for numerous clinical trials ranging from mood disorders, to obesity, eating disorders and PTSD.

Ms. Mori has co-authored more than 20 original peer-reviewed published articles on the topics of binge eating disorder and obesity, pharmacotherapy of eating and mood disorders.  She has served as an invited expert exam content writer for the American Nurses’s Credentialing Center, which provides the only national certification for Psychiatric mental health nurse practitioners.

Areas of Specialty and Interest:

  • Eating Disorders (binge eating focus)
  • Bipolar disorder
  • Obesity
  • Psychopharmacology in medical comorbidities