Casey Overby Taylor selected for Malone Center Fellowship
Dr. Casey Overby Taylor is the first recipient of the Malone Center Fellowship. Dr. Taylor is Assistant Professor in the Division of General Internal Medicine with a joint appointment in the Division Health Sciences Informatics in the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. She is also Adjunct Investigator at Geisinger Health System. Her research interests span a number of areas at the intersection of public health genomics and translational bioinformatics, including applications that support translationof genomic research to clinical and population-based healthcare settings and delivering health information to the public.
Dr. Taylor is co-chair of the electronic health record implementation workgroup on the NHGRI-funded Electronic Medical Records and Genomics (eMERGE) Network, and an investigator on the NCATS Biomedical Data Translator grant. She also received a grant from AHRQ to explore the usefulness of a model to implement genomic clinical decision support that engages stakeholders and uses open source decision support platforms.
The Malone Center Fellowship program provides support to outstanding faculty who will play an important role in advancing the Malone Center’s research and educational mission.