Before joining Duquesne, Dr. Iadanza served as the Assistant Director of Educational Research at New York Institute of Technology College of Osteopathic Medicine at Arkansas State University. While at NYITCOM Dr. Iadanza helped shape the research program, assisted with pipeline efforts, and worked with local school districts to coordinate enrichment opportunities for underserved and underrepresented students interested in STEM careers.

Through collaboration, Dr. Iadanza participated in the development of multiple research projects at NYITCOM and Arkansas State University – including the Delta Concussion Project, Cultural Diversity within the Medical Education Curriculum, Vaccine Acceptance amongst Sexual and Gender Minorities, and Professional Identity Formation of Medical Students.

Dr. Iadanza received his Doctorate in Educational Leadership from Western Illinois University, Educational Specialist from Missouri Baptist University, Master of Education from William Woods University, and Bachelor of Education from Central Methodist University. In total, Dr. Iadanza has over twenty years of experience working at multiple levels of education.



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