Assistant Professor of Medicine
Psychosocial factors related to hepatitis C and antiviral therapy, Health Psychology.
Donna Evon, Ph.D. is Assistant Professor of Medicine and a Clinical Psychologist at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Dr. Evon completed her predoctoral internship and postdoctoral fellowship in the UNC School of Medicine, with specialty training in behavioral medicine and organ transplantation. She worked with patients with end stage liver disease, hepatitis C, and alcohol abuse. She joined the UNC Liver Program in 2004 and works with the hepatitis C clinical and research programs. Dr. Evon provides psychological evaluations for patients being considered for antiviral therapy and helps to manage the neuropsychiatric side effects of interferon-based therapy. Her research interests include the bio-psycho-social issues of living with hepatitis C and undergoing antiviral therapy.