Susan Sinclair, Clinical Research Professor

Clinical Research Professor to be Inducted in American Academy of Nursing

Clinical Research Professor Susan Sinclair will be inducted as a Fellow in the American Academy of Nursing at the November 2018 Annual Meeting.

The Academy is home to over 2,500 members, who are nursing's most accomplished leaders in education, practice, service and research. The vision of the Academy is to transform policy through nursing knowledge and leadership. Selection of Fellows considers the extent of the impact of their career to influence health policy and health for all.

As evidenced in the AAN application: “Dr. Susan Sinclair is an integrated scholar, who has successfully combined nursing and public health to protect vulnerable populations, primarily pregnant women and their fetuses following prenatal medication use. Because of her research and scholarly activities, lives are saved and disabilities are prevented through improved evidence for practice and policy..”  

Sinclair joins other School of Nursing faculty inducted into the Academy including formerSchool of Nursing Director Laurie Badzek and Interim Director Linda Pugh, along with Distinguished McNeill Professor, Barbara Lutz; Emeritus Professor and previous Distinguished Belk Professor, Jeanne Kemppainen; and Dr. Linda Haddad.