Mary Ann Lough
Assistant Professor / Director of Graduate Operations
Option Coordinator, Clinical Nurse Leader

Office Phone

(414) 288-3828

Community Health Nursing

Highest Degree and Institution
Ph.D., University of Wisconsin- Milwaukee (Urban Social Institutions)

Brief Statement of Scholarly Interests
Access to health care for uninsured women; Utilization patterns and attributes of uninsured women receiving primary care at a nurse-managed clinic

Titles of Courses Recently Taught

Selected Publications

Lough, M., Shinn, J., Gerke, M., Klee, J. (2011).  Clinical Nurse Leader:  Opportunities and Challenges, Wisconsin Organization of Nurse Executives, WI Dells, WI.

Lough, M. (2009). Unique Clinical Immersion Experiences for CNL Students, AACN Master’s Conference, Orlando, FL.

Lough, M & Miller, J. (2008). First DNP Program in the State: MUCN, Nursing Matters, 19(4),1-4. 

Lough, M. (2006). Hypertension Management in Uninsured Women. Midwest Nursing Research Society Conference Proceedings, Milwaukee, WI.

Grants or Awards

Department of Health and Human Services Health Resources and Services Administration, Advanced Education Nursing Traineeships. 2008-2011 ($203,866).

Racine Dominican Foundation:  Care for Uninsured Women at the Marquette Clinic for Women & Children, 2008, 2010.

Emory T. Clark Family Charitable Foundation: An Intervention Program for Women & Children , 1999-2005.

Wisconsin Area Health Education Center, Educational Program for Nursing Students at a Central City Nurse-managed Clinic, 2004-2005., and Interdisciplinary Practice for Health Professions Students in a Family Practice Setting, WI Area Health Education Center, Milwaukee AHEC, Funded annually for 8 years.

Professional Memberships



College of Nursing Mission Statement

Through a transformational Catholic, Jesuit education, Marquette University College of Nursing prepares nurse leaders to promote health, healing and social justice for all people through clinical practice and development of nursing knowledge.