VP, Johnson & Johnson Sterility Assurance
Joyce Hansen joined Johnson & Johnson as Vice President of J&J Sterility Assurance in 2012. Joyce is responsible for providing strategic vision, leadership and governance for sterility assurance E2E lifecycle management for sterile products (aseptically produced or terminally sterilized), and the microbial control for non-sterile products across Johnson & Johnson. Additionally, Joyce is responsible for Johnson & Johnson’s representation in U.S. and international sterile and aseptic standards settings and internal sterile process knowledge management activities including learning, standards, competencies, and best practices to Johnson & Johnson companies worldwide. Joyce is a member of the Johnson & Johnson Quality & Compliance Leadership Team.
VP, Technical Solutions at Network Partners
As Vice President of Technical Solutions, Jane brings a wealth of knowledge and a unique perspective to Network Partners. Jane started her distinguished career in medical device industry and has spent more than 25 years as a packaging professional. She’s served in several medical device and pharmaceutical roles with Baxter Healthcare, Bayer Corporation, Cardinal Health, Schering-Plough (Merck) Corporation, Oliver™ Healthcare Packaging, and Dupont Protection Solutions. Jane also founded two packaging consulting companies.
Dhuanne Dodrill is the CEO of PAXXUS, a global, vertically-integrated flexible healthcare packaging manufacturer. With over 30 years of experience in the flexible packaging industry, Dhuanne has worked in a variety of technical, quality assurance, and management positions.
Annette P. Hasbrook
Assistant Manager for Program Integration, Orion Program Office, NASA
Ms. Hasbrook is the Assistant Manager for Program Integration in the Orion Program. She is the Artemis-2 vehicle manager and she assists the program manager and deputy manager with management, integration and operations of the Orion Program, serves as the executive secretary of the Orion Multi-Purpose Crew Vehicle Control Board, and orchestrates external and independent program reviews
Manager, International Space Station Program Science Office
Mr. Pete Hasbrook is the manager of the International Space Station Program’sScience Office at NASA’s Johnson Space Center in Houston. The ISS Program Science Office (PSO) works with scientific working groups to optimize the selection and execution of research on the ISS. This includes identifying opportunities, synergies, and issues, and communicating those to scientific and ISS Program leadership. PSO also communicates to the public about ISS Research via summary publications, web stories and social media, and in-personoutreach such as today’s event.
Assistant Professor of Medicine, College of Medicine, Mayo Clinic
Research Scientist, Department of Anesthesiology, Mayo Clinic
With collaboration with a multidisciplinary team of clinicians, researchers, and engineers, Dr. Dong's research interest is using simulation and modeling technology to analyze healthcare delivery systems, design and test improvement interventions for patient safety and quality.
Doctoral candidate at Michigan State University doctorate student at School of Packaging MSU
Jiyon Lee is a doctoral candidate at Michigan State University. The emphasis of her Ph.D. works is to see how context matters to users within a pre-hospital setting. She conducted a usability study in a purpose of investigating how paramedics interact with packaging under the worst-case scenarios (severe vibration and patient condition, etc.). Jiyon also has industry experiences in Korea as a packaging engineer, which she was responsible for packaging development for refrigerated food and supplements. Jiyon finished her internship at Edwards Lifesciences, which she was leading a usability study on the packaging of a heart valve and delivery system.
Doctorate student at School of Packaging MSU Assistant
Lanqing Liu, is a doctorate student at School of Packaging MSU. He hold master degree in Packaging Science and currently works with Dr.Laura Bix to explore various labeling strategies for enhancing medical compliance among patients. His research interests include information processing, human-package interaction, consumer behavior and applied technologies such as automation, change detection, eye-tracking and augmented reality. Lanqing also assists teaching in the core course-PKG411, which offers methods and technologies in packaging development for undergraduates.
Head of Assessment and Experiential Learning at MSU’s Hub for Innovation in Learning and Technology
Bill Heinrich, is the Head of Assessment and Experiential Learning at MSU’s Hub for Innovation in Learning and Technology where he works to enhance the value of experiential learning across the institution. Dr. Heinrich’s portfolio includes on-campus and international capacity development, focused on assessment skills and mindsets, program evaluation, experiential design, teaching, and learning, human centered design, and student learning. Bill’s research has a dual focus on organizational assessment practice and policy and adult and student experiential learning
Assistant Dean for Teaching, Learning and Academic Analytics
Laura Bix supports fostering a culture that incorporates the use of learning analytics and interventions to help students success. She assists in defining what “student success” means within the CANR by using existing research, internal resources and external benchmarks to identify factors that can support teaching. Additionally, Bix collaborates with the Office of Institutional Studies to develop a tool capable of quantifying student recruitment, persistence and graduation rates. She looks forward to implementing proactive evaluations for teaching and learning across the college.
Dean of Michigan State University’s College of Osteopathic Medicine
- Yasser Aldhamen
- Eric Estrada
- Kimberly Patterson
- Paula Perz
- Carissa Smith
- Mary Kay Smith