I am an Assistant Professor of Epidmeiology in the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. I have a joint appointment in the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Department of Surgery and collaborate with many clinical faculty, including nephrologists, transplant surgeons and geriatricians, across JHU and other universities. I have spent the last 12 years dedicated to public health and epidemiology with a particular interest in understanding how novel metrics (frailty, cognitive function, physical function and quality of life) can help improve risk prediction of transplant outcomes in older transplant recipients. I have published over 15 manuscripts and a book chapter in this research area.
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