Our faculty members are renowned scientists, expert clinicians, and engaged community members who remain firmly committed to developing new research, advancing practice, and mentoring the next generation of nurse clinicians and scientists—all for the betterment of humanity.
Major areas of science under this pillar of innovation include:
Areas of emphasis under this pillar include:
Assistant Professor Jinhee Park is on a mission to improve the care of preterm infants.
Dean Katherine Gregory discusses her background, research, and views on the future of nursing.
Associate Professor Karen Lyons’s research on how partners in a caregiving relationship can benefit from their shared experience.
Assistant Professor Britt Pados is on a mission to help pediatricians, hospitals, and specialists improve the way they identify and care for infants and toddlers who struggle with feeding.
CSON faculty are passionate about improving health globally through educating the next generation of nurses. They are dedicated to providing first-rate, individual attention to each student and producing the science that nurses will need to transform health care.
Inducted as American Academy of Nursing Fellows
Named American Academy of Nursing Living Legends
Inducted into the International Nurse Researcher Hall of Fame
Seventy-two percent of our full-time faculty are active in nursing practice, working in locations such as Massachusetts General Hospital, Brigham and Women's Hospital, VA Boston Healthcare System, Boston Children's Hospital, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston Medical Center, and St. Francis House Boston.