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Ms. Jennifer Debban Joins Department of Nursing in Fresno

We are pleased to announce that Ms. Jennifer Debban has joined the full time faculty as an Instructor in the Department of Nursing at the Fresno campus. Jennifer earned a BS in Physiology from the University of California, Davis and an MS in Biology from the University of California, Santa Barbara. She has been a full time faculty member at California State University, Fresno for the past 23 years teaching courses in human physiology, human anatomy and physiology, functional human anatomy and neuroanatomy. She designed each of these courses and taught approximately 400 students/semester who were primarily in the pre-nursing program. In addition, she was responsible for laboratory management as well as supervising and training graduate students in their teaching expertise. She was also a faculty advisor to student clubs. Jennifer will teach courses in clinical physiology, anatomy, and pathophysiology in the MS Nurse Anesthesia degree program and will be developing a new pathophysiology course for the BSN program that she will lead and teach.

Please join me in welcoming Jennifer to the School of Health and Human Services.


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