Donna Ambrozy , PhD
Associate Professor, Academy for Teaching and Learning
Donna Ambrozy, PhD., received her doctoral degree in Educational Psychology from the University of Washington in Seattle, Washington in 1994. She served as a faculty member in the department of Medical Education & Biomedical Informatics for thirteen years at the University of Washington, where she also assumed the role of director of faculty development. Her research has focused on role models and their influence on medical student specialty choice. She has presented her research at the American Educational Research Association and has published in peer reviewed journals including Academic Medicine. Dr. Ambrozy has considerable international experience and has been the invited plenary speaker for national conferences in China on Problem-Based Learning. Prior to coming to RUSM, she served as Director of Medical Education at a newly established private medical school in Bangkok, Thailand, where she introduced Team-Based Learning into the curriculum. She holds a Master’s degree in Community Counseling from Eastern Michigan University and a Bachelor of Music in Education.