Annie J. Rohan, PhD RN NNP-BC CPNP-PC FAANP

Stony Brook University (SUNY at Stony Brook)


I am doing very well in my advancing career...so I thank you NEF for paving the way! I am currently Assistant Professor at Stony Brook University School of Nursing where I was appointed as Director of Pediatric Research, and as Director of the Doctor of Nursing Practice Program.

I am enjoying grantsmanship and research activities, and have several current active projects, including role of Project Director for a 3.2 million dollar federal HRSA award that provides scholarships for disadvantaged students who seek to become primary care practitioners. Outside of the School of Nursing.

I am currently the Associate Editor for MCN: The American Journal of Maternal-Child Nursing, Vice-Chair of the Individual Member Division Executive Committee for the American Nurses Association, and serve on multiple national committees and boards (including for Jonas Philanthropies, National Association of Neonatal Nurses, and Eastern Nurses Research Society).

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Emily Gray

(2021-2022 Winner)

Emily Gray is the honored recipient of the Barbara L. Tate 2021-2022 scholarship. Emily received her undergraduate BSN degree from Azusa Pacific University. She is now in her second year in the Dual Acute and P... read more.

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