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Meet Our Faculty

Health Sciences faculty are scholars who continue to conduct research, author books, publish articles in leading journals, and present their work at national and regional conferences. Their expertise includes health care reform, global health, hospital reimbursement, the history of medicine and health care, and chronic disease management.

Recent Faculty Achievements

Dr. Sarah Ahmed was published in Providence Journal for an article entitled: Lessons to be learned about vaccine hesitancy

Dr. Sarah Ahmed joins Providence College as Assistant Professor of Health Sciences & Women’s and Gender Studies, 2022

Dr. Aishah Scott joins Providence College as Assistant Professor of Health Policy and Management & Black Studies, 2021

Dr. Deborah Levine has earned the 2019-20 Joseph R. Accinno Faculty Teaching Award. Congrats Dr. Levine on this well-deserved honor!

Dr. Candidus Nwakasi was appointed to the PACE Organization of Rhode Island’s board of directors, 2020

Dr. Tuba Agartan and Dr. Jessica Mulligan have been promoted to Full Professors, 2020-2021

Dr. Robert Hackey and Dr. Tuba Agartan have been awarded Riccobono Academic Resilience Faculty Fellowships for the 2020-2021 Academic Year

Dr. Deborah Levine has been published in The Washington Post for two articles related to the coronavirus pandemic. Read here and here

Dr. Todd Olszewski has been named a 2020 DeBakey Fellow by the National Library of Medicine (NLM)

Dr. Jessica Mulligan was published in the Journal of Critical Policy Studies for an article she co-wrote: Introduction to a symposium on development implementation: discipline, deception, and the relational work of development