Sally V. Rudmann, PhD

Sally Rudmann
Sally V. Rudmann, PhD
Professor Emeritus
School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences

After serving in a number of technical and administrative roles as a Clinical Laboratory Scientist and specialist in transfusion medicine, Dr. Rudmann joined the faculty of the School of Allied Medical Professions, College of Medicine in 1983. She maintained an active research program investigating expert problem solving and medical error, and her research in immunohematology and transfusion is widely published in books, book chapters and peer-reviewed journals. Dr. Rudmann taught and advised undergraduate-professional and graduate students and served as the Division Director for the Medical Technology Division and as Program Director for the Medical Laboratory Science accredited program. 

Dr. Rudmann was actively involved in service at the university and at the local and national levels in her professional organization (American Association of Blood Banks). Dr. Rudmann represented the College of Medicine in the University Senate, where she served on a number of committees including Steering Committee, Rules Committee and Committee on Academic Freedom and Responsibility (CAFR). In addition, Dr. Rudmann was elected to Chair of Faculty Council and also served as the Secretary of the Faculty. Dr. Rudmann received a number of recognitions for her teaching and service including the College of Medicine Excellence in Teaching Award and the university-wide Faculty Award for Distinguished University Service. 

She earned a BA in natural science from Russell Sage College, an MS in microbiology and immunology from Wright State University and a PhD in health education from The Ohio State University. 

Dr. Rudmann, a member of the Emeritus Academy, is a Professor Emeritus in the School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences.