Dr. Kathleen Muldoon- Scribe

Dr. Kathleen Muldoon received her PhD (Anthropology) from Washington University in St. Louis. She is a Professor in the College of Graduate Studies at Midwestern University, Glendale, AZ, where she teaches Anatomy, Embryology, Medical improv, and Humanity in Medicine to medical and allied health professions students. She is an award-winning educator named the 2023 National Northup Educator of the Year award by the Student Osteopathic Medical Association. Dr. Muldoon has several distinct areas of scholarly research, including medical education, with an interest in the effectiveness of teaching innovations on public health knowledge. Her research interests include evaluating methods for preventing congenital cytomegalovirus (CMV) infection through professional education, and promotion of CMV awareness and behavioral interventions in the community. Dr. Muldoon’s research has been funded by the National Science Foundation, National Geographic Society, and American Philosophical Society, among others. She has given more than 200 seminars and outreach workshops nationally and internationally. Her work has been featured on National Public Radio, USA Today, in the cCMV memoir Remedies for Sorrow, and several podcasts. Dr. Muldoon was the chair of the Arizona College of Osteopathic Medicine Curriculum Taskforce on Diversity, as well as a member of several academic, state, and national committees relating to diversity advocacy and disability services. She is a consultant for Moderna and the University of Arizona College of Medicine, Phoenix, and served as Chair (now member) of the Scientific Advisory Committee at the National CMV Foundation from 2019-2023. She co-founded Stop CMV AZ/Alto CMV AZ, and is a board member for the Arizona chapter of Hands and Voices.  Dr. Muldoon is the proud mother of three children: her middle child has multiple disabilities due to congenital CMV.

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