I am a faculty member at the USAHS teaching multiple interprofessional and program-specific courses in the post-professional program at the USAHS. I have over 20 years of experience as a nurse, educator, researcher, and consultant in the health and injury fields. My highest degree is a Ph.D. in exercise science and neurophysiology, acquired at the German Sport University Cologne. Subsequently, I pursued a Post-Doctoral Fellowship at the National Center for Veterans Studies at the University of Utah. During my doctoral and post-doctoral work, I primarily focused on military, civilian, and sports-related concussion. I have published my research in many medical journals and have co-authored numerous book chapters. Since more than three years, I am serving as Faculty (Contributing 2016-2018); Core 2018-ongoing) for the division of post-professional studies. Regarding my teaching, I am mainly contributing to Interprofessional Education (IPE) courses (IPE 7000, 7025, 7255) as a lead and as an instructor. Additionally, I serve as a mentor and lead for Comprehensive Projects (MHS 7700) and Ph.D. theses of students in the EdD program or other related Special Projects. My research interests are currently focusing on rehabilitative aspects of concussion management, including but not limited to return-to-learn & drive following concussion. Additionally, and given the nature of my remote position, I am also exploring research gaps related to online teaching & learning (interprofessional aspects, teaching methods).