The Clemson University School of Health Research has picked its newest cohort of faculty scholars and clinical faculty.
Appointed annually by CUSHR, faculty scholars are faculty members who demonstrate a strong record of health research, teaching and service in collaboration with other Clemson faculty and students as well as Prisma Health–Upstate researchers and health partners.
The new faculty scholars are:
- Brooke Bennett, Department of Psychology | College of Behavioral, Social and Health Sciences
- Stephen Dolan, Department of Genetics and Biochemistry | College of Science
- Quinn Gibson, Department of Philosophy and Religion | College of Arts and Humanities
- Reed Gurchiek, Department of Bioengineering | College of Engineering, Computing and Applied Sciences
- Casey Hopkins, School of Nursing | College of Behavioral, Social and Health Sciences
- Jody Nicholson, Department of Psychology | College of Behavioral, Social and Health Sciences
- Kristina Randall, Department of Education and Human Development | College of Education
- Emily Rosowski, Department of Biological Sciences | College of Science
- Ya-ping Sun, Department of Chemistry | College of Science
- Daniel Whitehead, Department of Chemistry | College of Science
Clinical faculty are medical professionals who support collaborative health research, teaching and service with their Clemson colleagues – and the new clinical faculty have collaborated with Clemson faculty to conduct stronger and more impactful research studies.
The new clinical faculty are:
- John Emerson, Family Medicine | Prisma Health
- Naresh Mullaguri, Division of Neurology | Prisma Health
- Jessica Obeysekare, Psychiatry | Prisma Health
- Larry Puls, Gynecologic Oncology | Prisma Health
Thomas Britt, chair of the CUSHR appointment committee and key facilitator of health-related partnerships, said these appointments recognize health researchers for influential and collaborative projects.
“We are thrilled to welcome these Faculty Scholars and Clinical Faculty into CUSHR,” Britt said. “Their strong applications and commitment to collaboration point to the vitality of health-related research at Clemson University.”
The Clemson University School of Health Research (CUSHR) is a multidisciplinary unit facilitating health research and scholarship. Since 2013, CUSHR has been a key entity for health-related scholarship and collaboration, with more than 160 Clemson faculty engaged in health research that impacts both the local community and broader nation.
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