Lynn Roser, PhD, RN, CIC, FAPIC is currently Assistant Professor at the University of Louisville School of Nursing (SON). She has over 20 years of teaching experience in undergraduate and graduate nursing students and currently teaches undergraduate and graduate nursing students at the SON. Dr. Roser has over 35 years of cardiac experience and completed her dissertation at the University of Kentucky College of Nursing (UKCON) in heart failure under the guidance of Dr. Debra Moser. Dr. Roser is also nationally certified in infection prevention and is currently a member and Fellow of APIC. In addition to teaching, Dr. Roser conducts research related to infectious disease and cardiac complications. She currently works with the Center of Excellence in Research in Infectious Disease (CERID) team as part of the Cardiovascular Study Group at the University of Louisville. She has co-authored numerous manuscripts on heart failure and infection prevention. Previously, Dr. Roser was employed as Kentucky's Infection Prevention Nurse in the Healthcare-associated Infection (HAI) Prevention Program and was also Nurse Epidemiologist at Baptist Health Lexington, Ky.