Anna Maw MD, MS is an Assistant Professor in the Division of Hospital Medicine at University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus. Her research centers on improving evidenced-based management of patients hospitalized for heart failure cared for by hospitalists. Many of her current projects focus on the implementation of point of care lung ultrasound to improve the accuracy of volume status assessment and monitoring of diuresis in patients hospitalized for heart failure.
Katy Trinkley, PharmD, PhD, BCACP, FCCP is an Associate Professor in the Department of Clinical Pharmacy at the School of Pharmacy here on campus. As a primary care clinical pharmacist and informaticist, her research focuses on leveraging health information technology to optimize therapies for cardiovascular disease. With the support of the K12 IMPACT Program, she aims to evaluate practical approaches of applying implementation science to rapid prototyping of clinical decision support tools within the electronic health record.
Nicole Wagner, PhD is dedicated to the development and evaluation of technology-based behavioral interventions, focused on improving high risk health behaviors. She seeks an opportunity to acquire expertise in D&I science to develop and adapt intervention strategies with increased opportunity for implementation. Her work focuses on increasing access to naloxone, a life-saving overdose medication, with an emphasis on adapting current naloxone distribution strategies to increase acceptability and responsiveness in varied patient populations and health systems.