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Bernadine Cimprich
The Michigan Record

Bernadine Cimprich, associate professor of nursing in the School of Nursing, effective Jan. 31. She joined the faculty in 1993. Cimprich’s research focused on cognitive problems in women treated with chemotherapy for breast cancer and on interventions to improve quality of survivorship. She has a national and international reputation for scholarly leadership. Within the School of Nursing, she taught students at all levels and participated in numerous funded research projects. She directed several initiatives at the Comprehensive Cancer Center and supervised master’s student research projects and doctoral dissertations. Cimprich was inducted as a fellow of the American Academy of Nursing, and twice received the Best Original Research Award by the journal Cancer Nursing.