Amy Gardner, M.D, M.S.P.H.
Dr. Gardner began her medical training with a Master of Science in Public Health and Tropical Medicine from Tulane University in 1980. Thereafter she performed research on malaria immunology at the Centers for Disease Control in Atlanta and Scripps Immunology Labs for two years until entering medical school. In 1987, she completed her M.D. at U.C. Davis. Following an Internal Medicine internship at OHSU, she completed her residency training at the University of Virginia, where she also completed a Student Health Fellowship and did further research in the Division of Geographic Medicine while working at the UVA Student Health Center. She moved back to the Portland area in 1991 and worked in an Internal Medicine private practice setting locally for one year until she joined the OHSU faculty in 1993. She held a joint appointment with Internal Medicine and Emergency Medicine and directed the International Travel Clinic here until 1998. In 1998, she returned to the private practice setting for several years to care for an aging parent and was pleased to return to OHSU as a faculty member in the JBT Health & Wellness Center where she now serves as Medical Director. Her special interests include student health and well being as well as tropical medicine.
Asmara Measho, F.N.P.
Ms. Measho was born and raised in Ethiopia, and immigrated to the United States in her late teens. She attended Seattle University for her undergraduate education and received her B.S.R.N. there in 1991. As a nurse she worked in various clinical settings for the next decade, mostly as an ICU nurse at OHSU. In 2005 she received her M.S. in Nursing as a FNP at Washington State University. After working in a busy primary care setting in Washington caring for the underserved, she joined the JBT Health & Wellness Center faculty in July, 2008. Her clinical interests include office based procedures and women's health. Asmara enjoys working with young adults. When not busy with two teens at home she loves to read, hike and walk.
Jack Crossen, Ph.D.
Dr. Crossen completed his doctorate specializing in Clinical Psychology at the University of New Mexico in 1985. His internship and two post-doctoral years of training were at OHSU, where he was Chief Resident in Medical Psychology. As an OHSU faculty member for over 20 years, he has trained residents, taught students, published research, and provided clinical services in collaboration with primary care providers and specialists. His duties since 2002 have been to provide counseling to OHSU students and to serve as Chief of Counseling and Behavioral Health Services. He is a certified Gottman couple's therapist and also emphasizes similar evidence-based assessment and treatment in individual counseling with students. He is particularly interested in the problems faced by students that include anxiety, depression, stress and relationships.
Jennifer Edman, M.D, M.P.H.
Dr. Jennifer Edman is a graduate of the University of Rochester and AOA graduate of the University of Rochester School of Medicine. She completed residency training in Family Medicine at the Fairview Hospital Cleveland Clinic Family Medicine Residency in Cleveland, Ohio. She earned an MPH from Case Western Reserve University with an emphasis in Adolescent Health. Dr. Edman also has additional fellowship training in women's health from the Cleveland Clinic. She completed a joint fellowship in Adolescent Medicine and Family Medicine at UCSF and holds a CAQ in Adolescent Medicine through the American Board of Family Medicine. Areas of special interest include student health and wellbeing, eating disorders, and women's health procedures. Dr. Edman joined the staff of the JBT Health & Wellness Center in September, 2009.
Nicole Harrington Cirino, M.D.
Dr. Nicole Harrington Cirino is a Board Certified Psychiatrist with specialty training in Women's Mental Health. Born in Michigan, she moved to Oregon at a young age and remained here until college. She attended Santa Clara University where she was Pre-Med with a B.A. in English. She attended medical school at Loyola University, Stritch School of Medicine and completed her Psychiatry Residency at Northwestern University, Feinberg School of Medicine. She has worked both in Academic Medicine and in private practice prior to coming to OHSU in September of 2011. Here at OHSU she provides psychiatric care to students through the JBT Health & Wellness Center and teaches various Women's Mental Health topics in the Department of Psychiatry.
Lisa Schimmel, Ph.D.
Dr. Lisa Schimmel earned her doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the California School of Professional Psychology, San Diego in 1994 and did her post-doctoral training in a private practice setting, providing ADHD and Learning Disability assessment to children, adolescents and adults. She acquired additional training as a post-doctoral fellow at The Center for Social Services' AIDS Response Program in San Diego, working with HIV impacted/infected individuals, sero-opposite couples, chemically dependent persons, and general LGBTQ related concerns. In private practice her clinical focus has been on life/work transitions, adjustment, anxiety and mood disorders, sexual orientation issues, self-esteem, relationship enhancement and stress reduction. In addition to private practice, Dr. Schimmel has worked as staff psychologist and clinical supervisor to graduate psychology trainees as well as clinical consultant to established clinicians. As someone passionate about training and teaching, she has served as Director of Clinical Training, and worked extensively as a professor for both graduates and undergraduates teaching courses related to clinical, diagnostic, and cultural competency. Dr. Schimmel is delighted to be a part of the JBT Health & Wellness Center and the OHSU Campus Community.
Nancy Kalvelage, N.P.
Ms. Kalvelage is a graduate of the OHSU School of Nursing, with graduate training as a women's health care nurse practitioner. With over twenty years experience providing health care to students in the Portland area, Ms. Kalvelage brings a depth of experience to her role as a vacation provider in the JBT Health & Wellness Center. She enjoys yoga, aerobics, and hiking in the Columbia Gorge. Facts of interest: she has 3 whippets and raises pygmy goats.
Timothy Craven, MD, MPH
Dr. Craven is a graduate of Portland State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry which was awarded in 1973. He received his MD from Oregon Health Sciences University in 1977. He completed his residency training in Family Medicine at Creighton University in Omaha, NE in 1980. He earned an MPH from Medical College of Wisconsin with an emphasis in Occupational Medicine in 1998. He is board certified in Family Medicine and Occupational Medicine. He has practiced medicine in Oregon and Washington since 1980. Areas of special interest include urgent care medicine, employee wellness and disability management. Dr. Craven joined the staff of the JBT Health & Wellness Center in March 2012.
Daisy Lembke, PsyD
Dr. Daisy Lembke earned her doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the Pacific University School of Professional Psychology in 2006. As part of her training and professional work, she has worked in many educational settings, conducting psychosocial/ educational assessments and providing therapy. She did her post-doctoral training in the student health center at Reed College. She has also worked as a staff psychologist at the University of Portland and in private practice. Dr. Lembke's areas of clinical focus include anxiety and mood disorders, life transitions, managing emotions, self-esteem, enriching relationships, and reducing stress. She joined the staff of the JBT Health & Wellness Center in May of 2013, and is excited to be part of the OHSU community.
Sarah Lemley MPA; HA
Sarah is the Practice Manager at the JBT Health & Wellness Center. She holds a graduate degree from Portland State University in Public Administration; Health Administration. Her undergraduate studies were completed at University of Oregon where she earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Sociology with a minor in Women Studies. Sarah has worked in the healthcare field for the past 10 years in a variety of roles ranging from social worker to regional management. She most recently facilitated the launch of Urgent Care services for a multi center healthcare provider in the Portland area. She enjoys yoga, frequenting the Oregon coast and trying to keep up with her 4 year old toddler. She is an avid Oregon Duck football fan and is looking forward to the upcoming season.