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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.
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 MS Nurse Educator Program. Among her research interests are family caregiving of older adults cross culturally, caregiver dyads, end-of-life issues, and nursing education.
Oversees marketing and communication strategies including advertising, social media, media relations, video production, alumni relations, events management and graphic design.
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.
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.
Diane Núñez research interests include older adult functional health, health promotion, behaviors in adults, strength training, arthritis and rheumatic diseases, nutrition and cancer prevention, and fall prevention.
Janet O’Brien teaches in Health Innovation and coordinates the standardized patient clinical exams for CONHI. Her research interests include competency assessment using simulation.
Tim Porter–O’Grady's research interests include magnet effectiveness, shared governance, leader effectiveness, complex adpative systems, innovation, and primary care policy.
Judith is Assistant Clinical Professor in the college of Nursing and health innovation at ASU. Her work is in Diabetes with a focus on risk perception of developing diabetes complications among vulnerable Population.
Jill Quillman has a nursing background primarily in cardiovascular intensive care nursing. She primarily teaches complex care courses for undergraduate nursing students and is also a Barrett Honors faculty member.
Patricia Reeder is a nurse educator who believes in providing opportunities that create awareness of the importance of making educated decisions regarding the health of individuals, their communities and cultures.
Lynda has a deep passion for nursing, and realizes the opportunities well-equipped nurses will have to change the future of health care. Her teaching focus is in the areas of evidence-based practice and innovation leadership.
Heather M. Ross is a Clinical Assistant Professor affiliated with the School for the Future of Innovation in Society, Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation, and Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute of Sustainability.
Heidi Sanborn is Clinical Assistant Professor and Director of the RN-BSN and Concurrent Enrollment Program (CEP) in the Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation at Arizona State University.
Cheryl Schmidt's research interests includes disaster preparedness of nursing students. She is also a member of the Research Committee of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Veterans Emergency Management Evaluation Center
Shaw-Smith teaches WAC 107, ENG 17, and ENG 108. Shaw-Smith has many years of experience teaching International students at all ages and all levels.
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.