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The faculty who teach in the University of Michigan’s MSN in Leadership, Analytics and Innovation program have real-world experience in executive leadership, research, clinical practice, health analytics, and more—and they bring that experience to life for you in the classroom.

Meet Our Faculty

Michelle L. Aebersold

Michelle L. Aebersold

PhD, RN, CHSE, FAAN
Clinical Associate Professor and Faculty Lead for Innovation, Research, and Technology Development - With expertise in high-fidelity and virtual reality simulation, Dr. Aebersold researches the use of simulation to align clinician and student practice behaviors with research evidence to improve learner and health outcomes. She uses both computer- and mannequin-based simulation in her courses, as well as case-based learning and other innovative teaching strategies.
Matthew A. Davis

Matthew A. Davis

MPH, PhD
Associate Professor – Dr. Davis is a health services researcher with expertise in data science. His research uses large sources of data to study important policy-driven issues, and he investigates health service substitution for nonspecific back pain. He is well-versed in introductory statistics, epidemiology, data management and programming, health services research methods and the appraisal of clinical research. He also researches the application of data mining methods to health care claims data and the use of social media data to measure social support and public opinion.
Marcelline Harris

Marcelline Harris

PhD, RN
Associate Professor – Dr. Harris specializes in clinical informatics and nursing health services research, with an emphasis on computable knowledge representation strategies and the use of electronic data for nursing health services research. She is also interested in EMR convergence, decision support, data warehousing, data governance and establishing processes for business analytics.
Yun Jiang

Yun Jiang

PhD, MS, RN
Associate Professor – Dr. Jiang researches informatics- and data-driven solutions for chronic condition self-management, focusing on cancer medication adherence and symptom self-management. She works to discover consumer health self-management behavior patterns from data and to develop information-technology-based support to empower and engage patients and families in self-management.
Marjorie C. McCullagh

Marjorie C. McCullagh

PhD, RN, APHN-BC, COHN-S, FAAOHN, FAAN
Professor - Dr. McCullagh is experienced in teaching nursing at the undergraduate and graduate levels, in both didactic and clinical settings employing a variety of teaching-learning methods, including case study analyses, videos, gaming, and web-based technologies in both face-to-face and distance learning formats. The focus of her program of research is to promote health among workers by eliminating work-related toxic exposures. Dr. McCullagh serves as director of The University of Michigan Center for Occupational Health and Safety Engineering (COHSE), which is a NIOSH Education and Research Center (ERC). She is also recognized by the American Academy of Nursing as a Nursing Edge Runner for her program of research and care delivery called Quiet4Health Farm. This initiative recognizes nurse-designed models of care and interventions that impact cost, improve healthcare quality and enhance consumer satisfaction.
Barbara Medvec

Barbara Medvec

DNP, RN, NEA-BC
Clinical Associate Professor – Dr. Medvec’s research is focused on exploring the relationship of nurse manager practice environment and the implementation leadership behaviors of nurse managers in supporting nursing staff use of evidence-based practice. With expertise in leadership, practice innovation, value-based care, ambulatory/continuum of care and strategic and transformational planning, she supports chief nursing officers in organizational design, transformational leadership and nursing excellence.
Marie-Anne Rosemberg

Marie-Anne Rosemberg

PhD, RN
Assistant Professor and Vice Chair of Research, Department of Systems, Populations and Leadership – With an emphasis on occupational health, Dr. Rosemberg’s program of research is focused on optimizing the health of low-wage service workers at risk of experiencing one or multiple chronic conditions. She studies the stressors, allostatic load and health outcomes among women hotel housekeepers, and works to increase and advance knowledge of hypertension and self-management among African-American women and new U.S. immigrants.
Rhonda Schoville

Rhonda Schoville

PhD, MSBA, RN
Clinical Assistant Professor – Prior to joining the University of Michigan School of Nursing, Dr. Schoville served in a variety of leadership roles relating to nursing informatics, consultation and coordination for the transformation of care processes and outcomes within nursing. Her research is focused on technology and innovation adoption, clinical informatics, product/innovation development, implementation science and the development of new processes and tools to enhance care.

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Dr. Marjorie McCullagh
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Wednesday, July 21, 2021

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