Willing to Mentor

    Available to Mentor:

    Health Professions (Medical, OT, PT, Dental, Audiology, etc.) Students, High School Students, PhD/MSTP Students, Post-Baccalaureate Students, Postdocs, Residents and Fellows, Undergraduate Students

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    Research activity per year

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    Research interests

    Dr. Schwartz a clinician scientist committed to addressing the public health crisis of poor medication adherence. Dr. Schwartz’s work focuses on mechanism-based, theory-driven, personalized behavioral and technological interventions for medication adherence. The long-term goal of her work is to promote health, prevent comorbidities, improve health-related quality of life, and reduce health care spending. She uses a systematic and rigorous approach to improve the quality of evidence by progressing through the intervention development process. Throughout the intervention development process, Dr. Schwartz has applied the lenses of health equity and implementation science. 


    Our lab welcomes dedicated learners at all levels including high school students, undergraduate students, graduate students, and beyond to participate in our work that explores how to help people better take their medication using a health equity and implementation science lens.

    Two quotes guide our teaching philosophy:
    “The one who does the work does the learning” – Terry Doyle
    “Everyone is big enough to do something” – Daniel Tiger

    Our goal is to help learners to develop both research and life skills in the context of implementing a research project. Learners start their experience by developing a mentoring plan clarifying the expectations of the position and outlining what the leaners want to learn and how to best support them. We use a team based mentoring approach, allowing learners to benefit from the experience of other learners, faculty, and staff. We particularly encourage requests for learning experiences and mentorship from first generation college students, women, people with disabilities, and/or persons from underrepresented minority groups.

    Clinical interests

    Chronic disease self-management, medication management, rehabilitation, assistive technology, 3d printing, neurorehabilitation, health disparities, health equity, minority health, implementation science, and clinical trials 

    Available to Mentor:

    • High School Students
    • Undergraduate Students
    • Post-Baccalaureate Students
    • PhD/MSTP Students
    • Health Professions Students
    • Postdocs
    • Residents and Fellows


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