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Sandra Shire's career in public health started with the U S Public Health Service. With the FDA, she was a reviewer and field investigator, reviewing new products and clinical trials. She joined ASU in 2010.
Carol Stevens' research interests include childhood obesity, cultural influences associated with children's health and healthy work environments for nurses.
Johannah Uriri-Glover is a clinical associate professor in the College of Nursing and Health Innovation at Arizona State University.
Margaret Yancy's research interests include diabetes and adolescent healthcare. She received her D.N.P. from ASU in 2008.
Robert Ismeurt's research interests range from long-term survivorship in HIV/AIDS, psychoneuroimmunology approaches to practice and biomarkers of sexual orientation to sexual and gender identity.
Diana Jacobson designed the graduate pediatric curriculum for the Doctor of Nursing Practice program. She is a certified pediatric nurse practitioner with more than 20 years of primary care and community experience.
Rodney Joseph is a behavioral scientist with a program of research focused on the development of behavioral interventions to promote physical activity and reduce cardiometabolic disease risk among minority women.
Entrepreneur, business owner, professor, author and corporate professionals, Ms. Kamenca has a varied background. She currently teaches for CONHI and the Biomedical Informatics department.
Beatrice Kastenbaum is clinical associate professor and coordinator in the College of Nursing and Health Solution's Simulation Program.
Colleen Keller was the first Foundation Professor in Women's Health at ASU. She is also the director for the Center for Healthy Outcomes in Aging.
Lesly Kelly studies the role of nursing in patient outcomes in acute care; compassion fatigue; burnout; nursing workforce issues; and the effect of system and technology influences on nursing and patient outcomes.
Janet Kerby s passionate about empowering organizations to re-imagine and revolutionize their business through digital transformation.
Kim’s research interests include cancer patient/caregiver supportive care, quality of life, and psychosocial well-being, with a particular emphasis on digital storytelling as a therapeutic intervention.
Pauline Komnenich is a professor and director of the Nurse Educator Program. Among her research interests are family caregiving of older adults cross culturally, caregiver dyads, end-of-life issues, and nursing education.
Professor Krishnamurthi's main research interests include developing therapeutic interventions to preserve function (mobility and quality of life) in aging population, improve/restore function with neurological disorders.
Gerri Lamb's research interests include nursing care delivery systems and patient outcomes with focus on nurse care coordination within and across settings, and interprofessional practice to improve healthcare environments.
Shelby Langer's research interests include dyadic communication and emotion regulation within the context of chronic illness, cancer survivorship and palliative care, cancer caregiving, parent-child dynamics in pediatric pain
Linda Larkey's research interests include testing theory-based methods of communicating health messages to underserved/low-income populations and examining mind-body methods of alleviating symptoms in cancer survivors.
Rebecca E. Lee is a community psychologist with 25 years of experience, currently leading SAGE: Sustainability via Active Garden Education (SAGE) to promote physical activity in in young Latino children (U01 MD010667-01).
Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner and Clinical Professor of Nursing at the ASU College of Nursingand Health Innovation Specialty Coordinator for the DNP in Women's Health Program