Lisa Johnson, MS, RRT-NPSVice Chair, Respiratory Care Program
Director of Clinical Education Clinical Assistant Professor
Respiratory Care Program
Stony Brook University E-mail:Lisa.Johnson@stonybrook.edu
Professor Johnson received a Bachelor of Science degree in respiratory therapy from Quinnipiac University and received an Advanced Graduate Certificate in Community Health and a Master of Science degree in Health Care, Policy and Management from Stony Brook University. She is currently Vice Chair and Director of Clinical Education of the Respiratory Care Program and her responsibilities include teaching, advisement of students, faculty mentor and serving on campus and school committees. Her areas expertise for teaching are neonatal resuscitation, adult, neonatal and pediatric mechanical ventilation and pathophysiology. Professor Johnson was the clinical coordinator for the Health Careers Opportunity Program (HCOP), a federally funded program aimed at increasing a more diverse and competitive applicant pool of underrepresented students to pursue careers in allied health professions. In November 2011 she traveled to Kenya Methodist University in Meru, Kenya and lectured to students about respiratory therapy techniques, returning in 2013 as part of a medical mission of clinical faculty and students to the local hospitals, community and orphanage. Her professional areas of interest are asthma education and working with youth and their opportunities for college preparation.