Chris Kiscaden Is New IHSC Manager

Chris Kiscaden, has accepted the position as Manager of the Interprofessional Health Simulation Center (IHSC). 
 
In his new role, he will manage the daily operations for IHSC, including provision of technical oversight for the HSC simulation software.The IHSC is a multi-disciplinary facility with state of the art technologies centered around clinical simulation.
 
Kiscaden has been with the University of New Mexico for 13 years and has served in many IT leadership Health Sciences Center positions, including as the IT manager for both the School of Medicine and the College of Nursing. He brings a wide variety of IT skills to the university focused on educational technologies.
 
Kiscaden also teaches part time at the Anderson Schools of Management. His teaching and research areas of emphasis are Operations, Supply Chain Management, and Management Information Systems.

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