Jennifer Hagerty Lingler, MA, PhD

  • Professor and Vice Chair for Research in Health & Community Systems, School of Nursing

Jennifer Lingler received a BSN in 1994 from Case Western Reserve University an MSN in 1998, MA in Bioethics in 2003 with a thesis entitled Conceptualizing dementia as a relationship-transforming phenomenon; and PhD in nursing in 2004 from University of Pittsburgh,  She currently teaches Responsibilities and Activities of a Scientist to PhD students in nursing and facilitate research apprenticeship experiences. She previously has taught ethics to graduate and undergraduate nursing students, and within the University’s Graduate Certificate Program in Gerontology. She frequently lectures on ethical issues in dementia care, neurological assessment, and the differential diagnosis and management of dementia.