Nolan, Raderstorf named to Columbus Business First 40 Under 40 list
Two College of Nursing faculty selected out of nearly 400 nominees
COLUMBUS, OHIO – Two faculty members from The Ohio State University College of Nursing were named by Columbus Business First to its 2020 “40 Under 40” list unveiled this week.
Timiya Nolan, PhD, APRN-CNP, ANP-BC, assistant professor, and Tim Raderstorf, DNP, RN, assistant professor of clinical practice and chief innovation officer, were chosen for the publication’s 28th annual list out of a record 391 nominations.
In his nomination of Nolan, Joshua Joseph, MD, from The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center recognized Nolan’s work to build partnerships that promote healthy communities, especially in the area of breast cancer survivorship and cardiovascular disease risk. “Dr. Nolan designed and evaluated educational programs for young women with a history of breast cancer, which were delivered in churches, support groups and online,” Joseph wrote. “She also is testing the feasibility and acceptability of a community-based lifestyle intervention aimed at improving healthful behaviors in African American men, in addition to serving the community by coordinating health education and screenings … Dr. Nolan’s presence in Columbus is helping us truly become a healthier community.”
Gary Sharpe, owner and chairman of the board for Health Care Logistics and a major supporter of the College of Nursing’s Innovation Studio, nominated Raderstorf for his dedication to democratizing innovation and making it accessible. “Tim has consistently developed ways to advance innovation and entrepreneurship,” Sharpe wrote. “In the past five years, he has founded four world-class programs impacting (Ohio State) and the greater community: 1. The Innovation Studio; 2. The Starting Line; 3. Healthcare Innovation and Entrepreneurship Workshop; and 4. Interprofessional Innovation Symposium. These programs have provided thousands of people with the resources to bring ideas to life.”
“Our world-class faculty are transforming health and improving lives, and Timiya and Tim epitomize that spirit of innovation and service,” said Bernadette Mazurek Melnyk, PhD, APRN-CNP, EBP-C, FAANP, FNAP, FAAN, vice president for health promotion, university chief wellness officer and dean of the College of Nursing. “We are so proud of Timiya and Tim. They richly deserve this recognition, and we cannot wait to see what they do next to dream, discover and deliver a healthier world.”