Area of Excellence: Surgical

  • Jessica Peters

    Jessica Peters

    Jessica Peters has served as an acute care nurse practitioner within the Weinberg Critical Care Unit at Johns Hopkins Hospital unit since 2009. Prior to this position she worked in trauma critical care nursing since 2003. She received her doctoral of nursing practice and post masters nurse educator certificate in 2015 from Johns Hopkins and […]

  • Tammy Slater

    Tammy Slater

    Tammy Slater is the track coordinator for the DNP Adult-Gerontological Acute Care Nurse Practitioner program at the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing. She is an acute care nurse practitioner, and her clinical expertise focuses on the assessment and management of acutely and critically ill adults with cardiovascular disease and complex comorbidities. In 2017 and 2021 […]

  • Amanda Rohde

    Amanda Rohde

    Amanda Rohde, a doctoral prepared Certified Registered Nurse Practitioner, is a faculty member in the MEN Program as well as the DNP/AP Program Simulation Coordinator. She is a Certified Nurse Educator. Dr. Rohde graduated Cum Laude as a Cohen’s Scholar from the Doctor of Nursing Practice Adult/Gerontology Primary Care Program at the Johns Hopkins School […]

  • Mishiko Redd

    Mishiko Redd

    Mishiko Redd is a doctorly prepared registered nurse, with 17 years of experience. Dr. Redd received her Doctor of Nursing Practice Advanced Practice Degree at the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing as a Cohen Scholar. She earned her MSN with an education focus from Stevenson University. Dr. Redd has a great passion for educating the […]

  • Vinciya Pandian

    Vinciya Pandian

    Vinciya Pandian is internationally known for her clinical expertise in improving critically ill patients’ care, safety, and quality of life. Her scientific work, funded by the National Institute of Nursing Research (R01NR017433), focuses on identifying signs and symptoms of laryngeal injury post-extubation in the intensive care unit. She is also funded by Agency for Healthcare […]

  • Kimberly McIltrot

    Kimberly McIltrot

    Kimberly McIltrot’s contributions to nursing span clinical practice, advocacy, research, and international education. Her 30-year nursing career began in the Army, specializing in maternal-child health. As a lead nurse practitioner in pediatric surgery and wound, ostomy, and continence care at the Johns Hopkins Hospital for 18 years, Dr. McIltrot developed and implemented innovative practice programs […]

  • Shari J. Lynn

    Shari J. Lynn

    A graduate of the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing Accelerated BSN Program, and graduate of The University of Phoenix MSN Program, Shari Lynn joined the faculty in 1999. With a passion for passing knowledge on to new generations of nurses, she has focused her teaching on adult medical/surgical nursing, nursing principals and application skills development, […]

  • Susan L’Heureux

    Susan L’Heureux

    In addition to her faculty position, Susan L’Heureux works part time as an adult/gerontology nurse practitioner at Comprehensive Women’s Health in Silver Spring, MD. Prior to this position, she specialized in chronic pain management at Nova Interventional Pain Management in Edgewood, MD and recently retired from her bedside critical care practice at Washington Hospital Center […]

  • Nicole Yvonne Johnson

    Nicole Yvonne Johnson

    Nicole Johnson has practiced as a medical/surgical nurse for more than 17 years. She has enjoyed working in direct patient care with adults having orthopedic surgery, dealing with chronic illnesses, telemetry, and long-term care. She has also worked in the clinical setting in the role of a staff nurse, charge nurse, travel nurse, and nursing […]