Members

Center Director

Karen Monsen
PhD, RN, FAMIA, FAAN, FNAP

Center Membership

Robin R. Austin, PhD, DNP, DC, RN-BC
Assistant Professor

Chih-Lin Chi, PhD, MBA
Associate Professor

Connie White Delaney, PhD, RN, FAAN, FACMI
Professor and Dean

Laura N. Kirk, PhD, RN
Clinical Associate Professor

Jiwoo Lee, PhD, RN
Assistant Professor

Martin Michalowski, PhD, FAMIA
Assistant Professor

Karen A. Monsen, PhD, RN, FAMIA, FAAN, FNAP
Professor

Lisiane Pruinelli, PhD, RN, FAMIA
Assistant Professor

Sripriya Rajamani, MBBS, PhD, MPH, FAMIA
Clinical Associate Professor

Center membership

Center members discover and employ innovative methods of informatics research; use standardized nursing terminologies and essential minimum data sets for knowledge discovery; and apply research methods to clinical and other information systems.

We provide partnerships for the development and testing of new informatics products such as simulation, serious gaming, geographic information systems (GIS), and supportive care technologies for consumers to engage in managing their health.

Membership is open to faculty, students, and staff at the University of Minnesota and other academic institutions as well as community and corporate partners in local to global settings who are committed to advancing the goals of the Center

Membership benefits

  • Network with colleagues interested in nursing informatics sciences to improve the health of individuals and communities.
  • Learn about career opportunities
  • Participate in social media communications to share ideas with peers
  • Find colleagues who want to collaborate on projects such as grants or publications
  • Receive support from Center members for review of grants and pre-publications
  • Opportunity to critique grants and articles
  • Opportunity to collaborate on informatics related events

Membership expectations

  • Participate in the Center at a level that meets the individual member and Center needs
  • Share nursing informatics information about presentations/ publications as part the Center’s overall productivity

Affiliate Members

The Center invites outside faculty, previous doctoral student members, as well as clinicians or project staff involved in Center activities to apply for Affiliate Member status. The mission of the Center for Nursing Informatics is to lead the discovery, application, and cutting edge thinking for nursing and health informatics scholarship to improve the health of individuals and communities.

Members can benefit from participation in a variety of activities, including research seminars, roundtables, mock grant reviews, manuscript reviews, collaborative activities with community agencies/organizations and social events. There are no costs associated with membership.

Doctoral Students

The Center invites doctoral students with an interest in informatics to apply for Student Member status. The mission of the Center for Nursing Informatics is to lead the discovery, application, and cutting edge thinking for nursing and health informatics scholarship to improve the health of individuals and communities.

Members can benefit from participation in a variety of activities, including research seminars, roundtables, mock grant reviews, manuscript reviews, collaborative activities with community agencies/organizations and social events. There are no costs associated with membership.

Postdoctoral Students

The Center invites doctoral students with an interest in informatics to apply for Student Member status. The mission of the Center for Nursing Informatics is to lead the discovery, application, and cutting edge thinking for nursing and health informatics scholarship to improve the health of individuals and communities.

Members can benefit from participation in a variety of activities, including research seminars, roundtables, mock grant reviews, manuscript reviews, collaborative activities with community agencies/organizations and social events. There are no costs associated with membership.