2014-2015 Members

About

  • Dr. Morrie Mullins is an Associate Professor of Industrial-Organizational Psychology.  His research interests lie in the areas of Personnel Selection, Training, and Assessment Practices.
  • Dr. Roshan (Bob) D. Ahuja is a Professor of Marketing at Xavier University. His research interests include the ethical issues surrounding marketing research in children.
  • Dr. Michael J. Colligan, a research psychologist, recently retired from the National Institute of Occupational Safety & Health where he served as Chair of the NIOSH Human Subjects Review Board.
  • Mrs. Joanne Phillips Estes is an Assistant Professor in Xavier's Department of Occupational Therapy and a Ph.D. candidate with a focus of study in ethics.  Her experience as an occupational therapist, educator, department chair, and researcher has prepared her for her work on the IRB.
  • Dr. Charles Grossman is a Professor in Xavier?s Department of Biology. For many years his research involved immuno-endocrinology. He also collaborated with research physicians at the Cincinnati VA Medical Center in a number of clinical areas relating to alcohol and immunity.  More recently his research involves acoustical and other behavioral activities of the captive manatees. 
  • Dr. Kathleen Hart has been a member of the IRB since its inception. Dr. Hart is a Professor in Xavier's Psychology Department and specializes in Clinical Child Neuropsychology / Forensic Assessment; her research interests are child forensic issues and factors related to juvenile delinquency. Master's of Education in Agency and Community Counseling program.
  • Dr. Tylon Crook is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Counseling where he trains clinical/mental health and professional school counselors.  His research interests focus on professional school counselor advocacy competence and the use of strengths based approaches by school counselors in helping students from diverse backgrounds.
  • Dr. Kristine Suna-Koro is Assistant Professor of Theology, Department of Theology, at Xavier University. Her research and teaching interests include historical and constructive exploration of theological method with a particular focus on postcolonial and diasporic perspectives in the context of sacramental and liturgical discourses. She also works with refugees and migrants, and is engaged in theological and ethical reflection on the issues of global migration.
  • Ms. Christine Shimrock is an adjunct professor at Xavier University in Criminal Justice and has worked as a chaplain at  Lebanon and Warren Correctional Institutions since 2003.  She is the Spiritual Director at  The Glen at St. Joseph in Dayton, a holistic educational and residential program for single moms.  Christine holds an M.S. Criminal Justice from Xavier University; is currently completing an M.A. Theology; and serves as the Prisoner Advocate on the Institutional Review Board.