ASU College of Health Solutions adds more than 20 new faculty members for Fall 2022

ASU College of Health Solutions adds more than 20 new faculty members for Fall 2022

Arizona State University’s College of Health Solutions, the largest academic college on the Phoenix Bioscience Core, announced this week it has added more than 20 faculty members to its college for this academic year.

“We are so pleased to welcome these impressive faculty to the College of Health Solutions,” Vice Dean Michael Yudell said in a statement. “Our new faculty bring diverse experience and credentials to the college, adding to our teaching and research expertise across a wide range of areas, including nutrition, population health, global health, health care systems, biomedical diagnostics, movement science, and speech and hearing science. They are well-prepared to contribute to our collaborative approach to addressing health issues.”

Read more about the tenure and career track faculty joining the College of Health Solutions here. Faculty expertise includes population health, health care systems, nutrition, movement sciences, and more.

The new faculty come at an exciting time as the College of Health Solutions is celebrating its 10th anniversary and expanding its research and programs to meet the demand for health care professionals. The college has a unique structure that blends several diverse yet related health disciplines to help the community meet its many health challenges.

ASU’s College of Health Solutions has roughly 3,000 students on ASU’s Downtown Phoenix campus, which sits adjacent to the PBC. Its students, staff and faculty are integral to the PBC, completing research at 850 PBC, attending and hosting events, and much more. The college is lead by Dean Deborah Helitzer, who joined ASU in 2017.