Richard W. Riley College of Education and Leadership
Dr. Kathleen Mathieson earned a PhD from Arizona State University, with a focus in the areas of statistics and sociology of health. As an associate professor in the Doctor of Health Sciences program at A.T. Still University (ATSU), Dr. Mathieson has 15 years of experience as a research methodologist, biostatistician, and doctoral research adviser. She has collaborated with faculty, students, and medical residents on research in areas such as obstetrics and gynecology, surgery, emergency medicine, pediatrics, family practice, psychiatry, and public health.
Dr. Mathieson is an expert in the field of research ethics, holds a current Certified Institutional Review Board (IRB) Professional designation, and has served as an IRB vice-chair since 2009. Dr. Mathieson has experience with faculty governance and with Higher Learning Commission (HLC) accreditation. Her community service includes external board membership for a nonprofit foundation called Corbin's Legacy (corbinslegacy.org), volunteering as an elementary art instructor, and volunteering as an English tutor for a local refugee resettlement program.