Military & Emergency Medicine

Kimberly Stoudt, Ed.D., LAT, ATC, EMT, EMT-T

Name: Kimberly Stoudt, Ed.D., LAT, ATC, EMT, EMT-T

Department of Primary Appointment: National Center for Disaster Medicine and Public Health
Position: USU Staff
Title: Instructional Design & Assessment Specialist, HJF

Affiliated Departments: Military & Emergency Medicine,
Affiliated Center: NCDMPH

Email: kimberly.stoudt.ctr@usuhs.edu (link sends e-mail)
Office Phone: (610) 790-7898
Room: HOFF, Home Office

Profile

Kimberly Stoudt is an Instructional Design & Assessment Specialist with the National Center for Disaster Medicine and Public Health (NCDMPH) responsible for research and development of educational tools and curricula supporting the national School Age Trauma Training program.
 
Dr. Stoudt is a nationally certified athletic trainer and emergency medical technician. Prior to joining the National Center, Dr. Stoudt worked as an Exercise Physiology Education Specialist & Senior Physical Education Scientist for the Human Performance Resource Center (HPRC) at the Consortium for Health and Military Performance (CHAMP), another USU center that works to optimize the health and fitness of our warfighters.  She was responsible for preparing documents, presentations, white papers, and other technology driven efforts to educate Warfighters, Commanders, and health care professionals in the area of exercise physiology and human performance in accordance with Department of Defense missions and objectives. While at CHAMP she also served on the Performance Triad Activity Group for the US Army Surgeon General.
 
Dr. Stoudt has served on medical teams at the college and elite levels, including the United States Olympic Training Centers in Colorado Springs and Chula Vista, as well as at the Salt Lake Olympic Winter Games for ice hockey athletes from the United States and visiting countries, Ironman U.S. Championships, Pennsylvania State University Beaver Stadium, Marine Corps, New York City and Philadelphia Marathons, Keystone State Games and the National Hockey Festival. She coordinates the Sports Medicine Team for the Special Olympics Pennsylvania Summer Games.
 
As a member of the Southeastern Pennsylvania Surge Medical Assistance Response Team, Dr. Stoudt assists with preparations for natural or man-made disasters. Her role on an American Red Cross Disaster Action Team is to provide assistance during family and community emergencies. She also serves on the Medical Reserve Corps.
 
Dr. Stoudt has presented at international conferences in Egypt, Thailand, Germany, Italy and Spain and has served as a faculty leader on study-abroad and mission trips to Australia, Ecuador, Greece, El Salvador and the Dominican Republic. As Academic Director for English through Academics, Athletics, and the Arts Abroad (ETA4), she led trips to Vietnam and Taiwan.
 
Dr. Stoudt received her Doctor of Education degree (Ed.D.) in Education, Innovation & Leadership from Wilmington University.  She received her Master of Education degree (M.Ed.) in Health Education and her undergraduate degree is a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Exercise and Sport Science from The Pennsylvania State University.

Nicole Dacuyan-Faucher, MPH

Nicole Dacuyan

Name: Nicole Dacuyan-Faucher, MPH

Department of Primary Appointment: National Center for Disaster Medicine and Public Health
Position: USU Staff
Title: Project Manager, HJF

Affiliated Departments: Military & Emergency Medicine,
Affiliated Center: NCDMPH

Email: nicole.dacuyan.ctr@usuhs.edu (link sends e-mail)
Office Phone: (301) 400-4224
Room: RL-1000-RL1015

Profile

Nicole Dacuyan is a Project Manager at the National Center of Disaster Medicine and Public Health (NCDMPH), and is responsible for providing programmatic, administrative, and regulatory oversight and coordination. 
 
Nicole graduated from George Mason University with a MPH in Health Policy, and received her BS in Behavioral Neuroscience from Northeastern University. While in the MPH program, Nicole completed a practicum at the Center for Health, Environment and Justice (CHEJ), providing coordination for the Superfund Coalition Campaign, as well as support on various other environmental justice projects. 
 
Prior to joining the NCDMPH team, Nicole worked as a Project Coordinator at the Center for the Study of Traumatic Stress (CSTS) within the Department of Psychiatry at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences (USU).

Raphaelle Rodzik, MPH

Raphaelle Rodzki

Name: Raphaelle Rodzik, MPH

Department of Primary Appointment: National Center for Disaster Medicine and Public Health
Position: USU Staff
Title: Project Coordinator, HJF

Affiliated Departments: Military & Emergency Medicine,
Affiliated Center: NCDMPH

Email: raphaelle.rodzik.ctr@usuhs.edu (link sends e-mail)
Office Phone: (301) 400-4210
Room: RL-1000-RL1015

Profile

Raphaelle H. Rodzik is a Project Coordinator with the National Center for Disaster Medicine and Public Health (NCDMPH) responsible for a range of research and educational projects, including work in hospital systems modeling and the Stop the Bleed At School initiative.

Prior to joining the National Center, Raphaelle worked for three years as an Epidemiologist II in Communicable & Environmental Diseases and Emergency Preparedness at the Tennessee Department of Health, specifically with the Healthcare Associated Infections & Antimicrobial Resistance team. From 2010-2015, Raphaelle worked at the Johns Hopkins University Department of Emergency Medicine as a Senior Research Program Coordinator.

Raphaelle received her Masters of Public Health degree from Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine in 2009. Her undergraduate degree is a Bachelor of Arts in Linguistics with a minor in Social Studies of Medicine from McGill University in Montreal, Canada.

 

Aaron Hinton

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Name: Aaron Hinton

Department of Primary Appointment: National Center for Disaster Medicine and Public Health
Position: USU Staff
Title: Administrative Assistant, HJF

Affiliated Departments: Military & Emergency Medicine,
Affiliated Center: NCDMPH

Email: aaron.hinton.ctr@usuhs.edu (link sends e-mail)
Office Phone: (301) 400-4225
Room: RL-1000-RL1005

Profile

Aaron Hinton serves as an Administrative Assistant for the National Center for Disaster Medicine and Public Health (NCDMPH), where he provides programmatic and administrative support to the Center Director and other senior technical and professional staff. He is also responsible for supporting analytical and educational projects in collaboration with the NCDMPH staff. Aaron recently received his B.A. in Psychology from Stevenson University in Owings Mills, Maryland. Aaron has several years of healthcare experience providing both clinical and clerical support at the Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center in Georgetown University Hospital and at The Neurology Center in Washington, DC.  

Norma Quintanilla

Norma Quintanilla

Name: Norma Quintanilla

Department of Primary Appointment: National Center for Disaster Medicine and Public Health
Position: USU Staff
Title: Project Assistant, HJF

Affiliated Departments: Military & Emergency Medicine,
Affiliated Center: NCDMPH

Email: norma.quintanilla.ctr@usuhs.edu (link sends e-mail)
Office Phone: (301) 400-4216
Room: RL-1000-RL1004

Profile

Ms. Norma Quintanilla serves as a Project Assistant for the National Center for Disaster Medicine and Public Health (NCDMPH), where she is responsible for a wide range of research and educational projects from development, organization and implementation.  Ms. Quintanilla graduated Magna Cum Laude from George Mason University where she received a Bachelor’s of Science in Global and Community Health.  Prior to joining the NCDMPH, Ms. Quintanilla has 9 years of experience in health administration. While pursuing her degree, she worked at the Office of Student Scholarship, Creative Activities, and Research as a Research Assistant.  Norma, is an active member of Eta Sigma Gamma – a national Health Science/Health Education honor society. 

Jordan Limoges

Name: Jordan Limoges

Department of Primary Appointment: Military & Emergency Medicine
Position: USU Staff
Title: Training Coordinator, APRRP, HJF CTR

Affiliated Center: CGHE

Profile

Jordan Limoges is the Training Coordinator for the African Peacekeeping Rapid Response Partnership (APRRP). As such, she liaises with U.S. instructors and partner country stakeholders to develop training materials and facilitate implementation of APRRP engagements. Prior to joining CGHE, Ms. Limoges served as a Peace Corps volunteer in Ukraine and Lesotho, executing education and health projects in local communities. She received her Bachelor of Arts in International Relations from Stanford University.

Luis Rojas M.S.

Luis Rojas

Name: Luis E. Rojas

Department of Primary Appointment: National Center for Disaster Medicine and Public Health
Position: USU Staff
Title: Research Associate, HJF

Affiliated Departments: Military & Emergency Medicine,
Affiliated Center: NCDMPH

Email: luis.rojas.ctr@usuhs.edu (link sends e-mail)
Office Phone: (301) 400-4219
Room: RL-1000-RL1016

Profile

Luis E. Rojas is responsible for providing administrative support to Military Emergency Medicine (MEM) and NCDMPH projects.  He manages qualitative and quantitative research projects in collaboration with others.  Luis recently graduated from Georgetown University with a M.S in Physiology and Biophysics, and received his B.A in Psychology with a minor in Sociology from Queens College in NY.  Prior to joining the NCDMPH team, Luis worked as a Research Assistant for the Dalio Institute of Cardiovascular Imaging at Weill Cornell Medical College.

Alice O'Donnell

Alice O'Donnell

Name: Alice O'Donnell

Department of Primary Appointment: National Center for Disaster Medicine and Public Health
Position: USU Staff
Title: Project Coordinator for Strategic Programs, HJF

Affiliated Departments: Military & Emergency Medicine,
Affiliated Center: NCDMPH

Email: mary.odonnell.ctr@usuhs.edu (link sends e-mail)
Office Phone: (301) 400-4211
Room: RL-1000-RL1014

Profile

Ms. Alice O'Donnell serves as the Project Coordinator for Strategic Operations for the National Center for Disaster Medicine and Public Health. She is responsible for managing/conducting analytical, research, and educational projects in collaboration with others as well as contributing to the overall strategic programming for the center.  Prior to her current role, Ms. O'Donnell was the managing editor for the Disaster Medicine and Public Health Journal, Inc. where she oversaw all aspects of the Journal's peer review, production, and publication, both print and online. She also worked with the Editors and the Society for Disaster Medicine and Public Health, Inc. to develop and implement marketing outreach strategies to the multidisciplinary and global subscriber-ship, and represented the Journal at various medical and public health meetings.

Alice worked as a publisher for several prestigious scholarly societies prior to joining NCDMPH/SDMPH, and is a strong proponent of the latest technologies to disseminate knowledge as quickly as possible to the various communities. Alice has a BA in History, and began her publishing career in Dublin, Ireland. She is a member of the International Society of Managing and Technical Editors (ISMTE) and the Society for Scholarly Publishing (SSP) as well as being a Volunteer Teacher with the Literacy Council of Montgomery County, Maryland.

 

Victoria Klimczak

Victoria Klimczak

Name: Victoria Klimczak

Department of Primary Appointment: National Center for Disaster Medicine and Public Health
Position: USU Staff
Title: Project Coordinator, HJF

Affiliated Departments: Military & Emergency Medicine,
Affiliated Center: NCDMPH

Email: victoria.klimczak.ctr@usuhs.edu (link sends e-mail)
Office Phone: (301) 400-4220
Room: RL-1000-RL1013

Profile

Ms. Victoria Klimczak serves as a Project Coordinator for the National Center for Disaster Medicine and Public Health (NCDMPH), where she is responsible for a wide range of research and educational projects from development, organization and implementation. Prior to joining the NCDMPH, Ms. Klimczak has 20 years of military service and recently worked at the Uniformed Services of the Health Sciences (USU) as the Graduate Education and Navy Company Senior Enlisted Advisor.

Ms. Klimczak received her Bachelor of Science in Clinical Laboratory Science from the University of Cincinnati.

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