Research Interests: Health literacy, health technology, and cardiovascular prevention and rehabilitation
Social Change Interests: Developing better methods of teaching patients how to manage their health
Joined Walden: Became a Walden student in 2011; GA in the Academic Skills Center, 2012; Contributing faculty, 2016
Location: Fort Worth, Texas
About Pat: I have worked in the field of cardiac rehabilitation as an exercise physiologist, program director, and educator for the past 32 years. I have worked extensively with the American Diabetes Association and the American Heart Association on strategies for helping patients manage their health. I currently work for the American Heart Association in the Center for Health Technology and Innovation and am Contributing Faculty in the College of Health Sciences. I live in Fort Worth, Texas with my wife and 3 children.
Research Interests: Cognitive Neuroscience, Autism & Developmental Disabilities, Implicit Memory & Learning, Social Cognition
Social Change Interests: Working to understand more about the cognitive processes in individuals with Autism and how apply that knowledge to improve educational practices
Joined Walden: 2017
Location: Marietta, OH
About Christopher: I have worked as a faculty member and statistical consultant for the past 8 years. I received my BA, MA, and PhD (Cognitive Psychology) from the University of Alabama. I completed a neuroscience fellowship at the University of Alabama – Birmingham, followed by a faculty position at Marietta College. I serve as a member of a board of directors for a local non-profit for an Autism Center, and I also enjoy pedagogical research on beliefs and misconceptions about psychology. I currently live in Marietta, OH with my wife and 2 Labradors, where I enjoy outdoor activities and coaching youth sports.