Clinical Associate Professor, Department of Respiratory Care
After gaining clinical experience in the Treasure Valley, she was fortunate to travel with several medical mission groups as an interdisciplinary effort to perform pediatric congenital heart surgery in underserved areas of the globe.
Koster earned a Master of Health Science with an emphasis in Health Promotion from Boise State University in 2011 and has been full time faculty since. Although her passion remains grounded in neonatal and pediatric intensive care, other interests include exploring the inequities of healthcare access and delivery across the globe.
Koster earned her Doctorate of Education from the University of New England in 2017 and continues to research the assessment of intelligence in higher education with special focus on admission practices in health programming.