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Meet the Experts in Health Sciences

Meet The Experts

The Ph.D. in Health Sciences degree program is designed for health professionals who are interested in pursuing an advanced research- and scholarship-focused education at the doctoral level. We train advanced practitioners, researchers, managers and educators using a broadly-based global health sciences core curriculum.
Hear directly from the faculty and students in the program in the videos below!

Genevieve Zipp, P.T., Ed.D., FNAP

In addition to serving as a Professor in the Department of Interprofessional Health Sciences and Health Administration, Zipp is also the Director of the Center for Interprofessional Education in Health Sciences, School of Health and Medical Sciences and Faculty Department of Medical Sciences in the School of Medicine.

Deborah Deluca, M.S., JD

Serving as an assistant professor in the department of Interprofessional Health Sciences and Health Administration, Deluca's legal background specialty area of practice is in Health Law. Her medical sciences background is in manufacturing, production and pharmaceutical education with work experiences both domestically and internationally.

Christina Nevers, Ph.D., ATC

Nevers is an alumna of the Ph.D. in Health Sciences degree program at Seton Hall University.

Michelle Lee D'Abundo, Ph.D.

D'Abundo is faculty in the Department of Interprofessional Health Sciences and Health Administration. She is a certified Energy Leadership Index™ Master Practitioner (ELI-MP) and a Certified Health Education Specialist.

Eze Njiribeako

Njiribeako is a current student in the Ph.D. in Health Sciences program. Our doctoral students are building their intellectual capacity, thus empowering themselves to learn and develop throughout their careers. As future leaders in our field, our Ph.D. students are challenged to creatively imagine, and then build, a new paradigm for healthcare delivery and service.