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Faculty experts are available to discuss the public policy aspects of topics that include healthcare, infrastructure, climate change, commerce, national security and nuclear security.
Professor & Head
Nancy Dickey, MD, currently serves as a professor in the Department of Primary Care Medicine and the Department of Medical Humanities in the College of Medicine and as a professor in the Department of Health Policy and Management in the School of Public Health, Texas A&M Health Science Center.
Professor & Head
Joan Mileski’s research activities include the impact of national and supranational regulation change on the Maritime Industry firms’ competitive strategy including maritime security regulations and on the importance of disaster preparedness of transportation infrastructure.
Nora Montalvo-Liendo works on developing, testing, and evaluating interventions to empower survivors of abuse, and addressing the health-related social needs and future well-being of low-income children who have a history of adverse childhood experiences.
Clinical Assistant Professor
Alison Pittman conducts research in the areas of pediatric obesity, sibling visitation in pediatric critical care, innovative teaching strategies in nursing LGBTQ health in youth and young adults, diversity in nursing education and the nursing workforce, ACES (adverse childhood experiences) and their effect on health, and nursing student health.
Assistant Professor & Associate Dean of Nursing
Weston's research interests include cardiovascular disease, health promotion and wellness, innovative pedagogy in family nurse practitioner curriculum, improving access to health care in vulnerable populations, patient safety and interprofessional education.