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Corwin believes everyone deserves good health. In her new role as vice dean of strategic and innovative research, she is championing the work of the school’s researchers to move toward that goal.
Adriana Arcia’s area of research focuses on the intersection of health disparities, maternal and neonatal health, and informed decision making.
Jaime Panton, DNP, has been a nurse for nearly 20 years, a career path which started when she was a student worker in a neonatology department.
From a young age, Brenda Janotha ’08, DNP, knew she wanted to help people. She pitched in to care for two of her cousins, who had neurological conditions, and later volunteered at a local hospital.
- May 30, 2017
It was a nurse who served in War World II that first inspired Arlene Smaldone, PhD, assistant dean of scholarship and research to enter the field of nursing.
- April 25, 2017
Tonda Hughes, PhD, has spent her career fighting for visibility and long-term research involving the health of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgendered, and queer (LGBTQ) communities.
- April 12, 2017
There is something special about running into Maura Abbott, a nurse practitioner and assistant professor at Columbia University School of Nursing.
- March 17, 2017
Laura Kelly, PhD, will never forget the struggle of a family member who was dealing with severe postpartum psychosis.
- January 31, 2017
Dr. Kellie Bryant recently joined Columbia University School of Nursing and is responsible for day-to-day operations of the new state-of-the-art Helene Fuld Health Trust Simulation Center.
- December 12, 2016
Rebecca Schnall’s research focuses on informatics strategies for people from underserved communities, primarily people living with and at risk for HIV.
- October 19, 2016
Elaine Larson is a pioneer in promoting hand hygiene for infection prevention and control.
- September 2, 2016
Jean-Marie Bruzzese, PhD is a researcher and professor at Columbia University School of Nursing.
- April 4, 2016
Adena Bargad directs the Women’s Health sub-specialty program at Columbia Nursing.