Opportunities to Get Involved with AML

Patients, Care Partners, and Practitioners

We welcome patients, care partners, and practitioners to collaborate with us at all phases of the research process. Please email Trudy Mallinson (trudy@gwu.edu ) or Christina Papadimitriou (cpapadimitriou@oakland.edu ) to find out current opportunities to be engaged with research study designs, data collection, analysis, and dissemination.

Undergraduate Students

Recruiting Post-Doctoral Fellows

We are currently recruiting for post-doctoral fellows in the PCART fellowships. Interested applicants may consider working in the Advanced Metrics Lab with Drs. Mallinson and Papadimitriou.

GW Primary Care Research Training Program (P-CART).

  • HRSA-NRSA. Bushardt (PI and Program Director), Mallinson, (Co-I & Associate Program Director)
  • This program develops post-doctoral fellows who are prepared to generate, test, and disseminate primary care-oriented interventions that aim to improve health and health equity.

Graduate Student Mentoring

PhD students interested in studying in the Advanced Metrics Lab should email Trudy Mallinson (trudy@gwu.edu ) or Christina Papadimitriou (cpapadimitriou@oakland.edu ) to discuss alignment of interests and current available projects on which to collaborate.

Dr. Mallinson serves as a methods mentor on the following early career awards:

Using EHR Data to Monitor Functional Recovery in Adults with Brain Injury during Inpatient Rehabilitation

  • AOTF Health Services Research Grant”. PI: Cogan; Mentor: Mallinson.

Standardized Patient Assessment Across Post-Acute Care: Opportunities and Challenges

  • NIH 1K01HD101589-01; PI: Li; Methods Mentor: Mallinson.

Cognitive Rehabilitation for Veterans with Parkinson’s Disease”

  • VA RRCDA Principal Investigator: Kletzel. Role: Methods Mentor.