Mary Hampton
maryDr. Mary Hampton, Academic Research Coordinator for RESOLVE Saskatchewan is professor of psychology at Luther College, University of Regina and research associate for the Saskatchewan Population Health and Evaluation Research Unit (SPHERU).

Dr. Hampton currently holds a five year, million dollar CURA/SSHRC grant entitled, Rural and Northern Community Response to Intimate Partner Violence.  Two of this grant's co-applicants are Dr. Jane Ursel, Academic Coordinator for RESOLVE Manitoba, and Dr. Nicole Letourneau, Academic Coordinator for RESOLVE Alberta.  She has current and previously funded research projects from funders such as Canadian Institutes of Health (CIHR), the Saskatchewan Health Research Foundation (SHRF), and the Social Sciences and Humanistic Research Council (SSHRC).

Dr. Hampton's research interests include: intimate partner violence, cross-cultural psychology, women's health, adolescent sexual health, and end of life care. Dr. Hampton is a registered clinical psychologist in Saskatchewan and regularly teaches courses in: humanistic psychology, psychology of women, developmental psychology, abnormal psychology, and introductory psychology.