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Directs the budgetary, human resources, and financial operations for the College of Nursing & Health Innovation.
I was diagnosed with cancer in 1997 at age 42. I am a third-year PhD student at Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation and my research focus is lowering the barriers that oncologists face when recommending exercise.
Debra Ilchak is a Family Nurse Practitioner and Certified Nurse Educator. She teaches in the Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) program.
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.
Karshmer’s focus is to expand the global footprint of the college through academic practice partnerships that promote the research agenda while embedding students and faculty in the community in meaningful ways.
Beatrice Kastenbaum is clinical associate professor and coordinator in the College of Nursing and Health Solution's Simulation Program.
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.
Education and teaching and mission work are Spahr's passions.
Carol Stevens' research interests include childhood obesity, cultural influences associated with children's health and healthy work environments for nurses.
Johannah Uriri-Glover, PhD, MSCR, RN is a Clinical Professor at ASU Epson College of Nursing and Health Innovation at Arizona State University. Serves as the Specialty Coordinator of the Master of Science in Aging.
Margaret Yancy's research interests include diabetes and adolescent healthcare. She received her D.N.P. from ASU in 2008.
I believe the strength of a community is found in the weave of its people. The tighter, the better.