Current, former MSU employees involved in Nassar case under investigation

Posted at 3:28 PM, Jun 08, 2018
and last updated 2018-06-08 15:28:04-04

The Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs (LARA) has opened an investigation into six former or current employees at Michigan State University associated with the Nassar case.

Dr. William Strampel, Dr. Douglas Dietzel,Dr. Brooke Lemmen, Dr. Gary Stollak, Destiny Teachnor-Hauk, and Lianna Hadden are all under investigation by LARA.

LARA spokesman Pardeep Toor tells FOX 47 LARA’s investigations are strictly focused on the license of a health professional. Investigations determine whether or not the licensee violated the Public Health Code.

Strampel is Nassar's former boss at Michigan State University who is going to trial for criminal sexual conduct. A judge made that ruling Tuesday.

Prosecutors say Strampel used this role as an administrator to sexually assault, harass, and proposition female students.

Dietzel is the head of the MSU Sports Medicine clinic located at 4660 South Hagadorn Road.

Lemmen resigned from Michigan State University in March 2017. She worked as a sports trainer at the university.

Stollak was a professor and clinical psychologist who no longer works at the university.

Teachnor-Hauk is also no longer with the university. During her time with MSU, she worked as a sports trainer.

Hadden is a currently athletic trainer at the university. According to her MSU bio, Hadden is in her 16th year on the MSU athletic training staff and her 14th year of working with the volleyball squad.

Actions such as fines, suspensions, and revocation can be taken if violations are found during the investigation.