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  • Nada Lukkahatai

    Nada Lukkahatai

    Nada Lukkahatai has a broad background in nursing, gaining years of experience as a clinical nurse and now as a nurse scientist. Her research focus is to understand the biological mechanisms in the clustering of symptoms. Having gained skills to conduct complex laboratory experiments, using innovative techniques including proteomics and genomics that she learned as…

  • Bryan Hansen

    Bryan Hansen

    Bryan R. Hansen is a passionate advocate for the promotion of optimum mental health and well-being of older adults and their families through teaching, practice, and research. Dr. Hansen completed his PhD and master of science in nursing at the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing and specializes in psychiatric, gerontologic, and forensic nursing. He has…

  • Janelle Akomah

    Janelle Akomah

    Janelle Akomah, a board-certified family nurse practitioner, is a member of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners and Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society. She earned her bachelor’s degree in molecular biology, biochemistry, and bioinformatics with a minor in chemistry at Towson University. She then earned her master’s in nursing from University of Maryland Baltimore.…

  • Martha Abshire Saylor

    Martha Abshire Saylor

    Martha Abshire Saylor is an assistant professor on the research/education track at the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing. Her clinical experience in cardiac and critical care has been the foundation of her teaching, and she earned the 2020 Teaching Excellence Award from the Johns Hopkins Nursing Alumni Association. Her research interests include an emphasis on…