Faculty

DIRECTOR OFFICE PHONE EMAIL
Renner, Joy J. (919) 966-5147 jrenner@med.unc.edu

 

FULL-TIME FACULTY OFFICE PHONE EMAIL
Culp, Melissa P. (919) 843-1563 melissa_culp@med.unc.edu
Jackowski, Melissa B. (919) 843-6578 melissa_jackowski@med.unc.edu
Long, Sara (919) 843-4469
Noble, Lauren (919) 843-8416 lauren_noble@med.unc.edu
MacNeela, Susan (919)-966-5797
Woodward, Andrew (919) 843-4470 andrew_woodward@med.unc.edu


PART-TIME FACULTY OFFICE PHONE EMAIL
Clarke, Kim N/A kclarke@carolinameadows.net
Couch, Nelson W. (919) 544-2853 ncouch8@earthlink.net
Hayden, Jennifer G. (919) 966-5797 jhayden@med.unc.edu
Kasperlik, Michael N/A michaelkasperlik@yahoo.com
Meredith, Leslie S. N/A Leslie_meredith@med.unc.edu
Mintz, R. David N/A drmintz@unc.edu
Renner, Jordan N/A jordan_renner@med.unc.edu
Yokley, Joann N/A jyokley1@aol.com

 

 

 

 

 

Kim Clarke, APRN-BC, MSN
Adjunct Instructor

 kclarke@carolinameadows.net


Educational Background:

Master of Science- Nursing; University of Rochester School of Nursing, Adult Nurse Practitioner, Board certified
Bachelor of Science - Nursing; State University of NY, College at Brockport


Teaching:

RADI 710 Patient Physical Assessment


Professional Interests:

Geriatric Care

Nelson W. Couch, PhD, CIH, CSP
Adjunct Professor; President, Triangle Health & Safety, Inc.

 ncouch8@earthlink.net


Educational Background:

PhD- Environmental Sciences with emphasis in Radiological Hygiene and Industrial Hygiene


Teaching:

RADI 585- Radiologic Health Physics


Professional Interests:

Radiation Safety, Industrial Hygiene

 

Melissa Culp M.Ed., RT(R)(MR)
Clinical Instructor

melissa_culp@med.unc.edu
CB#7130; Ste. 3050 Bondurant Hall
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-7130

phone (919) 843-1563
fax (919) 966-6951


Educational Background:

Master of Education – Instructional Technology; North Carolina State University
Bachelor of Sciences – Radiologic Science; The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill


Teaching:

Primary Instructor
RADI 461 Radiography I (course and lab)
RADI 471 Radiography II (course and lab)
RADG 325 Radiographic Pathology I (course)
RADG 327 Radiographic Pathology II (course)

Instructor of a Course Component
RADI 442 Introduction to Radiologic Science – Patient Care component and lab
RADI 583 Clinical Education IV – MR component
RADI 593 Clinical Education V – MR component
RADI 681 Medical Imaging Trends – Heath Delivery component


Professional Interests:

Sustainable, international collaboration in Radiology
Magnetic Resonance Imaging
Patient safety and radiation protection
Instructional technology

Jennifer G. Hayden, MS, RT (R) (M)
Clinical Instructor

jhayden@med.unc.edu
CB#7130; Ste. 3050 Bondurant Hall
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-7130

phone (919) 966-5797 or (919) 949- 7221
fax (919) 966-6951


Educational Background:

Master of Science – Technical Communication; North Carolina State University
Bachelor of Science – Radiologic Science; The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill


Professional Interests:

Instructional Technology
Distance Education
Web Design
Radiologic Science Marketing and Recruitment
Clinical Trials
Orthopedic/Sports Medicine Radiology

Melissa B. Jackowski, Ed.D., R.T.(R)(M)
Clinical Assistant Professor

 melissa_jackowski@med.unc.edu
CB#7130; Ste. 3050 Bondurant Hall
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-7130

phone (919) 843- 6578
pager (919) 216- 1271
fax (919) 966-6951


Educational Background:

Doctor of Education- Health Professions Education; North Carolina State University
Master of Science- Health Professions Education; North Carolina State University
Bachelor of Science- Radiologic Science; The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Certificate- Wilkes Regional Medical Center School of Radiologic Technology


Teaching:

RADI 694-Clincial Decisions in Radiology
RADI 586-Research in Radiologic Science I
RADI 686-Research in Radiologic Science II
RADI 596-Professional Communications and Interactions
RADI 597-Leadership in Radiologic Science
RADI 681-Issues in the Radiology Practice Environment
RADG 221-Ethics and Law
RADI 771-Professional Practice Seminar


Professional Interests:

Professionalism and Leadership Development
Promoting Research in the Radiologic Sciences

 

Michael Kasperlik, BS, RT (R)(N)
Adjunct Instructor

 michaelkasperlik@yahoo.com


Educational Background:

Bachelor of Science - Health Education; Ferris State University
Associate of Arts & Science- Radiography; Ferris State University


Teaching:

Craniofacial Anatomy and Positioning
Spine Anatomy and Positioning
Professor/Clinical Coordinator (Grand Rapids Community College)


Professional Interests:

Clinical Education

Sara Long, B.S., RT(R)
Adjunct Clinical Instructor

CB#7130; Ste. 3050 Bondurant Hall
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-7130

Phone (919) 843-4469


Educational Background:

Bachelor of Science - Biology; The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Certificate in Radiography; The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Teaching:

Imaging physics
Image production
Image analysis
Digital imaging systems
Radiobiology
Radiation protection

Professional Interests:

Global education in radiography
Distance education
Online learning
Quality assurance procedures in the professional setting

Susan MacNeela, M.Ed. RT(R)
Clinical Instructor Instructor

CB#7130; Ste. 3050 Bondurant Hall
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-7130

Office phone #- (919) 966-5797


Educational Background:

Master of Education - Adult Education, Counselor Education (minor); NC State University
Bachelor of Science - Occupational Education; Southern Illinois University
Associate in Applied Science - Radiologic Technology; Southern Illinois University
Associate in Applied Science - Allied Health Specialties; Southern Illinois University

Teaching:

RADG 210 Radiographic Procedures I with lab component
RADG 212 Patient Care in Radiology with lab component
RADG 215 Radiographic Procedures II with lab and Medical Terminology Course component
RADG 218 Radiographic Procedures III with lab component
RADG 330 Seminar in Radiography Practice

Professional Interests:

Patient Care
Radiographic Procedures
Patient Radiation Protection

Leslie S. Meredith, M.Ed. RT(R) (CV) (QM)
Adjunct Instructor

 Leslie_meredith@med.unc.edu

phone (919) 387-8028 or (919) 949-8499


ducational Background:

Master of Education – Adult/Community College Education; North Carolina State University
Bachelor of Science – Radiologic Science; The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill


Teaching:

RADI 712- RA Clinical Preceptorship Coordinator
RADI 722- RA Clinical Preceptorship Coordinator
RADI 732- RA Clinical Preceptorship Coordinator
RADI 743- RA Clinical Preceptorship Coordinator
RADI 752- Vascular and Lymphatic Imaging and Procedures
RADI 753- RA Clinical Preceptorship Coordinator
RADI 762- RA Clinical Preceptorship Coordinator
RADI 772- RA Clinical Preceptorship Coordinator
RADI 781- RA Clinical Preceptorship Coordinator


Professional Interests:

Instructional Design
Clinical Teaching/Learning
Vascular/Interventional Imaging Clinical Practice

 

 

R. David Mintz, MD
Adjunct Associate Professor/Instructor
Medical Advisor, Radiologist Assistant Program

 drmintz@unc.edu
CB#7130; Ste. 3050 Bondurant Hall
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-7130


Educational Background:

Doctor of Medicine- SUNY Stony Brook
Master of Arts – Duke University
Bachelor of Science – Syracuse University


Teaching:

RADI 711 Abdominal Imaging and Procedures I
RADI 721 Abdominal Imaging and Procedures II
RADI 741 Thoracic Imaging and Principles
RADI 751 Neurological and Endocrine Imaging and Procedures


Professional Interests:

Emergency Radiology
Neuroradiology

Lauren Noble, Ed.D., R.T.(R)
Clinical Assistant Professor

 CB#7130; Ste. 3050 Bondurant Hall
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-7130

phone (919) 843- 8416
fax (919) 966-6951


Educational Background:

Doctor of Education - N.C. State University
Master of Science - N.C. State University
Bachelor of Science – Radiologic Science; The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill


Teaching:

RADI 442
RADI 462
RADI 472
RADI 681
RADI 694
RADG 214
RADG 329


Professional Interests:

Imaging Physics

Jordan B. Renner, MD
Professor of Radiology and Allied Health Sciences
Medical Advisor, Medical Imaging and Radiography Programs

 

jordan_renner@med.unc.edu


Educational Background:

Doctor of Medicine, University of Virgina
Bachelor of Arts, University of Virginia


Teaching:

RADI 694
RADI 742


Professional Interests:

Musculoskeletal Radiology

Joy J. Renner, MA, RT (R)
Clinical Associate Professor
Director, Division of Radiologic Science

 jrenner@med.unc.edu
CB#7130; Ste. 3050 Bondurant Hall
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-7130

phone (919) 966-5147
fax (919) 966-6951


Educational Background:

Master of Arts – Curriculum and Instruction; The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Bachelor of Science – Radiologic Science; The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill


Teaching:

RADI 660 Pathophysiology
RADI 674 Integrated Principles of Radiographic Analysis
RADI 742 Musculoskeletal Imaging and Procedures
RADI 681 Issues in Radiologic Science
RADI 694 Clinical Decision in Radiology Practice
RADI 731 - Pharmacology and Clinical Decision-Making


Professional Interests/Activities:

Medicolegal Issues
Practice Development
Chair, Radiologist Assistant Educators Council ASRT
RA Certification Exam Committee ARRT
President and Chairman of the Board AEIRS
Member - Intersocietal Commission on the Radiologist Assistant ACR/ASRT/ARRT

 

Andrew Woodward M.A., R.T.(R)(QM)(CT)
Clinical Assistant Professor

 andrew_woodward@med.unc.edu
CB#7130; Ste. 3050 Bondurant Hall
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-7130

phone (919) 843-4470 or (919) 257-0672
fax (919) 966-6951


Educational Background:

Master of Arts - Adult and Higher Education; Morehead State University
Bachelor of Science - Radiologic Science; University of Nevada Las Vegas


Teaching:

RADG 217 Clinical Practicum
RADG 219 Clinical Practicum
RADG 326 Clinical Practicum
RADG 331 Clinical Practicum
RADI 463 Clinical Practicum
RADI 473 Clinical Practicum
RADI 574 Clinical Practicum
RADI 575 Clinical Practicum
RADI 583 Clinical Practicum
RADI 584 Clinical Practicum


Professional Interests:

Digital Imaging
Computed Tomography
Vascular and Interventional Imaging
Clinical Education
Normalization of Deviance in Medical Imaging

Joann Yokley, BS, RRA, RT (R)(CV)(M)
Adjunct Instructor

 jyokley1@aol.com


Educational Background:

RPA/RA; Weber State University
Cabarrus Memorial Hospital School of Radiologic Technology


Teaching:

RADG 211 Basic Principles of Imaging & Radiologic Equipment
RADG 216 Image Production and Processing
RADG 220 Image Analysis
RADG 328 Digital Imaging


Professional Interests:

Expanding RRA profession
GI imaging
Breast Interventional Procedures
Vascular Interventional Imaging Procedures