Mariea Snell

Assistant Professor

Faculty Coordinator of the Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) Program
Maryville University

Mariea Snell, DNP, APRN, FNP-C, is an assistant professor and coordinator of the Doctor of Nursing Practice programs at Maryville University. She currently serves as the vice president of the Missouri State Board of Nursing. In addition, she works as a family nurse practitioner at Maven Clinic Inc., where she diagnoses and treats common primary care conditions using telehealth. Before coming to Maryville, Dr. Snell worked as a family nurse practitioner program faculty member at Saint Louis University, where she instructed students on adult, pediatric, women’s, and geriatric health. Prior to that, she was a research nurse of infectious diseases at Washington University in St. Louis for four years before earning her FNP. At Washington University she managed all aspects of clinical research, including patient physical assessments, review of labs, monitoring of study treatments, protocol development, study startup, process and budget development, IRB submission, subject recruitment, informed consent process, study visit completion, CRF data entry, adverse event reporting, and study publication.

Notable Publications:

  • Snell, M., Barron, ML., Keotting. C., (2016). Detecting Trichomonas vaginalis in High-Risk Women: A Tricky Situation. The Journal for Nurse Practitioners, 271-276.
  • Snell, M., Klebert, M., Hubert, S., Onen,N. (2016). A Novel Treatment for Onychomycosis in People Living With HIV Infection: Vicks VapoRub™ is Effective and Safe. Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care, 109-113.
  • Onen, N., Overton, E., Seyfried, W., Stumm, E., & Snell, M. (2010). Aging and HIV Infection: A Comparison Between Older HIV-Infected Persons and the General Population. HIV Clinical Trials, 100-109.
  • Vellozzi, C., Brooks, J., Bush, T., Conley, L., Henry, K., Carpenter, C., et al. (2009). The Study to Understand the Natural History of HIV and AIDS in the Era of Effective Therapy (SUN Study). American Journal of Epidemiology, 642-652.

Classes Taught:

NURS 611: Advanced Pathophysiology
NURS 612: Advanced Health Assessment
NURS 623: Adult/Gerontology Health Care II
NURS 624: Adult/Gerontology Nursing Practitioner Practicum II
NURS 629: Pediatric/Family Health Care
NURS 630: Pediatric/Family Nurse Practitioner Practicum
NURS 701: Foundations of Clinical Scholarship
NURS 705: Clinical Inquiry I
NURS 706: Clinical Inquiry II
NURS 707: Clinical Inquiry III

Areas of Expertise:

  • Healthcare
  • Nursing
  • Nursing education
  • Nursing regulation
  • Telehealth
  • Clinical research
    • Infectious disease research
    • HIV
  • Public health
  • Women’s health
  • Sexually transmitted infection
  • Health education
  • Pediatrics

Contact Info:

Phone: 314-529-9450
Email: msnell@maryville.edu