Dr. Angela Hollingsworth
DNP, RN, CEN, NEA-BC
Dr. Angela Hollingsworth is a clinical assistant professor at the University of Alabama Huntsville in the Graduate Program-MSN Nursing Administration. Dr. Hollingsworth has been a registered nurse since 1995 when she graduated with her associate degree at Northwest Community College in Phil Campbell, Alabama. She obtained her BSN at the University of North Alabama and her MSN at Delta State University. Lastly, Dr. Hollingsworth obtained her Doctor of Nursing Practice in Executive Administration (DNP) in 2014. She teaches a variety of topics to include Emergency Nursing and Professional Practice in Nursing. She also is involved in research and serves on numerous University committees as well as committees for the community. After the loss of a grandchild she became interested in Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) and the genetic diseases that can contribute to SIDS. She has presented at the Southeast Regional Genetics Conference (SERGG): A Systematic Approach to the Diagnosis of Pediatric Patients Who Present with Metabolic Crisis in the Emergency Department and is presently working on a manuscript on the same topic. Her expertise as a board-certified Nurse Executive Advanced (NEA-BC) makes her well qualified to serve on the board for the Tyrosinemia Society.