Julie Lasley, PhD., R.T. (R) (T)
Dr. Julie Lasley holds graduate degrees in education from Northcentral University (PhD) with a concentration in curriculum and experiential instructional strategies and a Master of Science in Administration from Central Michigan University. Her undergraduate training was in health sciences with a concentration in radiation therapy from Baptist College of Health Sciences.
Dr. Lasley is an associate professor and program chair of radiation therapy at Northern Kentucky University (NKU) in Highland, Heights, Kentucky. She has been an adjunct faculty member at Logan University teaching in the Doctor of Health Professions Education (DHPE) program since 2018. She currently serves as Board of Directors Chair for the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Sciences (JRCERT) accrediting agency for radiologic science programs.
Her current research interests include qualitative research studies focusing on quality-of-life issues with women diagnosed with breast cancer, high-impact learning strategies, and improving stages of reading development in college students. Her most current research includes a qualitative study with the University of Tennessee Health Science Center’s Consortium for Health Education, Economic Empowerment and Research (CHEER) NIH: Policy Pathways to Breast HealthEquity in Racially Segregated Areas with Concentrated Poverty.
Dr. Lasley continues to present at national conferences on new accreditation standards for radiologic science programs, experiential learning strategies, and recently presented to the United States Department of Education on Distance Learning.
She is an active YOGI and highly encourages everyone to give yoga a try!
View a list of Dr. Lasley’s publications