Nursing Faculty

Fisher faculty are dedicated, highly credentialed professionals who consistently make the advancement of scholarship in their respective fields a top priority.

Visiting Assistant Professor
Kylene Abraham
Assistant Professor
Visiting Assistant Professor
Associate Professor
Areas of Interest: Child and adolescent psychiatry; primary prevention programs in school based settings
Nancy Bowllan
Visiting Professor
Susan Carlson
Visiting Assistant Professor
Vivian Cunningham
Assistant Professor and CNS Track Coordinator
Areas of Interest: Clinical: acute/progressive care-adult patients, pulmonary specialty. Research: care of the obese patient, healthy work environments, professional development
Lori Dambaugh
Assistant Professor
Areas of Interest: Executive Leadership in Home Health Care; Gerontology; Leadership in Long Term Care
Kathleen Dever
Assistant Professor and Director, Graduate Nursing Program
Colleen Donegan
Visiting Assistant Professor
Susan Fredrick
Associate Professor and DNP Program Director
John Kirchgessner
Assistant Professor
Beth Kiss
Assistant Professor
Pamela Mapstone
Assistant Professor
Laura Markwick
Assistant Professor and FNP Track Coordinator
Areas of Interest: Acute care/ Hospital medicine nurse practitioner. Global health and short-term medical missions. Preparing nurses to take part in medical missions.
Natalie Masco
Professor
Cynthia Ricci McCloskey
Associate Professor
Christine Nelson
Assistant Professor
Areas of Interest: Development and examination of innovative clinical learning environments
Karen Parker
Visiting Assistant Professor
Kathleen Plum
Visiting Assistant Professor
Susan Read
Assistant Professor
Tammy Roman
Visiting Assistant Professor
Tara Sacco
Visiting Assistant Professor
Krista Scorsone
Visiting Assistant Professor of Nursing
Alison Simpson
Professor and Chair, Undergraduate Nursing
Charlene Smith
Director, Online Nursing Programs
Pamela White
Associate Professor
Areas of Interest: Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner; global experiences for students. Research: impact of global travel on student outcomes; dating violence.
Nancy Wilk