Ayse Malatyali is an assistant professor at the UCF College of Nursing whose research focus lies on the cognitive aging field. Her particular interest is palliative care needs of persons living with Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias. She has multiple publications and presentations in national and international scientific meetings. Prior to her academic career, Malatyali worked as a registered nurse in various positions in Florida and Turkey, which allowed her to connect and collaborate with nurses and other healthcare professionals worldwide. Her service in public health for underserved populations planted the seed of a desire to research aging in global health as a long-term goal in her scholarly journey.

  • PhD, Florida Atlantic University
  • MSN, Florida Atlantic University
  • MBA, Florida Atlantic University
  • BSN, University of Istanbul
Additional Languages
  • Turkish

Expertise & Research

  • Aging
  • Big Data
  • Secondary Data Analysis
Research Areas
  • Aging & Vulnerable Populations