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Jo Helen Cronenberger, American telemedicine and distance educator. Lan Learning Center grantee Charles Culpeper Foundation, 1986, 88, grantee Reyonalds Foundation, 1990, 91, International Business Machines Corporation Corporation, 1992-1993, Arthritis Foundation, 1994-1996. Fellow Robert Welch Foundation, Deutsche Forschungs Gemeinschaft; member biomedical Engineering Society, American Medical Informatics Association.


Cronenberger, Jo Helen was born on March 17, 1939 in La Grange, Texas, United States. Daughter of Lenon Paul and Gladys Frances (Legler) Cronenberger.


Bachelor of Science, University Texas, 1962. Bachelor, University Texas, 1962. Doctor of Philosophy, University Houston, 1972.

Postdoctoral, Max-Planck Institute, Berlin, 1975.


Research assistant Baylor Medical School, Houston, 1964-1968. Assistant professor University Texas Health Science Center, San Antonio, 1975-1980. Associate professor clinical immunology, pathology, biomedical engineering University North Carolina School Medicine, Chapel Hill, since 1980.

Co-director biomedical Engineering Communications Research Facility, since 1990.


Through Jesus' death on the cross, and his resurrection, God has broken the power of all that is evil, in the world and in us.


God seeks to transform relationship with and between people. If politics is about how we choose to live together and to treat one another, there is surely a place for discerning the activity of God in politics.


All Christians should study Old and New Testament, which texts were written and gathered together over a long period of time. It is important to find out as much as we can about the original contexts in which texts were produced.


Fellow Robert Welch Foundation, Deutsche Forschungs Gemeinschaft. Member biomedical Engineering Society, American Medical Informatics Association.


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    Avocations: ham radio, piano, skiing, dulcimer.