Corrine Abraham is Assistant Clinical Professor at the Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing (NHWSN) at Emory University. She earned a BSN from the University of Iowa and a MN from NHWSN at Emory University where she has taught and served in numerous leadership roles since 1996. Dr. Abraham completed her Doctorate of Nursing Practice (DNP) from the University of MN graduating in early 2013. She was selected as a Nurse-Fellow in the VA Quality Scholars Program in 2012 with the Atlanta VAMC where she developed expertise in quality improvement methods through participating in a community of learners, leading project teams, and mentoring inter-professional learners. In 2014 following completion of her post-doctorate she negotiated a joint appointment with the Atlanta VA Medical Center initiating a new position as Coordinator for EBP & Innovation. Her goal is to bridge the gap between academia and practice promoting translation of evidence to enhance healthcare delivery and improve patient outcomes. Recently Dr. Abraham received funding to establish the Cognitive Disorders Specialty Care Education Center of Excellence (SCE COE) at the Atlanta VA Medical Center. Serving as co-director of the SCE COE complements her professional goals to transform inter-professional education, to build capacity in quality improvement methods, and to provide leadership in redesigning care delivery.