Whitney assists with evaluation and research efforts for KUCTT. She has a background in program development, implementation, and multi-method approaches in qualitative research, having received her MPH with concentrations in Epidemiology and Behavioral Science from Saint Louis University.
Dedrick is the Technical Coordinator for the Center. He ensures successful operation of Telemedicine software and hardware, including videoconferencing and peripheral equipment. He collaborates with multiple departments and providers on grant projects for improving patient health outcomes throughout the country.
Jeremy is the informatics and technical specialist for KUCTT. He provides database and data management, and technical assistance for research projects of KUCTT including KUMC Project ECHO.
Dr. Spaulding is the Acting Director of the Center and has been active in telehealth at KUMC for over two decades. He collaborates with the team to develop telehealth strategy, conduct research, and oversee all telehealth and Project ECHO activities.
Joy is the primary contact for KUCTT and coordinates clinical/educational events and patient consultations. She maintains communication throughout Kansas with sites, providers, support staff, and educational partners. She also serves as the KUMC Project ECHO case coordinator.
Dr. Wright is the Associate Director of the Center and oversees telehealth projects, technical assistance, and Project ECHO initiatives with statewide partners. She serves as a telehealth consultant on national and state research and service projects as well as a variety of Kansas coalitions and committees to support equitable healthcare delivery.
Donna brings a continuous quality improvement mindset to the Center’s activities and research operations. She is recognized for her service to seriously ill children and adults as a clinical researcher, family caregiver and advocate, and serves as a governor appointee to the Kansas Palliative Care & Quality of Life Interdisciplinary Council.