Jennylee is a Health Infrastructures and Learning Systems PhD. student. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Neuroscience from Westminster College, Utah, and a Master of Science in Kinesiology from the University of Michigan. She worked as a research coordinator in the Pediatric Orthopaedic Surgery Department at Michigan Medicine for two years, which led to her primary research interest in patient data registries. Additionally, coursework through the HILS program has increased her interest in Social Determinants of Health and the importance of incorporating these factors into future research.
As she prepares for her future research goals on improving patient health, she feels the Precision Health certificate program provides the opportunity to increase her knowledge of precision health and promotes networking among researchers in the field. For the first year of her doctoral program, her networking and conference opportunities were conducted virtually but gave her an introduction to precision health and how it promotes advancements in the healthcare system. The certificate program will be a phenomenal opportunity to network with individuals in the field and potentially lead to future collaborations. It also offers the opportunity to attend the Precision Health Symposium to increase her knowledge of the field and allow her to connect with others in the precision health field, learn from their expertise, and share ideas.
Advisor: Rachel Richesson
Published Articles or Reviews
Joseph JR., Swallow JS., Willsey K., Almedia AA., Lorincz MT., Fraumann R., Oppenlander M., Szerlip NJ., & Broglio SP. Pupillary changes after clinical asymptomatic high-acceleration head impacts in high school football athletes, Journal of Neurosurgery. 2019 Nov 26. Doi: 10.3171/2019.7.JNS191272. [epub ahead of print]
Joseph, J.R., Swallow, J.S., Willsey, K., Lapointe, A.P., Khalabari,S., Korley, F.K., Oppenlander, M.E., Park, P., Szerlip, N.J., Broglio, S.P. Elevated markers of brain injury as a result of clinically asymptomatic high-acceleration head impacts in high school football athletes. J Neurosurg. 2018 Jul 3:1-7. doi: 10.3171/2017.12.JNS172386. [Epub ahead of print]
Swallow JS., Joseph JR., Willsey K., Almedia AA., Lorincz MT., Park P., Szerlip NJ., & Broglio SP. Online resources provide inconsistent return to play instructions following concussion. Neurosurgery, Volume 64, Issue CN_suppl_1, 1 September 2017, Pages 279, https://doi.org/10.1093/neuros/nyx417.349