Jennifer Mallow is a Tenured Professor at the West Virginia University, School of Nursing. The focus of her work is the use of technology to improve access and outcomes in rural and under-served individuals. She has worked as a Family Nurse Practitioner in Rural West Virginia for over 20 years. As a Post-Doctoral Investigator, she received the West Virginia Clinical and Translational Science Institute Scholar Award to develop expertise in informatics and Translational Research in rural and chronically ill adults. She received further leadership training as a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Nurse Faculty Scholar in the 2014 Cohort.
Dr. Mallow has been nationally funded to evaluate the feasibility, acceptability, and efficacy of an App that was empirically developed and is a HIPPA compliant, web-based, system of mHealth sensors and mobile devices to treat multiple chronic conditions in rural and underserved individuals. Her current funded studies through the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, the WV Bureau of Medical Services, and the National Institutes of Health/National Cancer Institute are centered around the implementation and evaluation of technology interventions in rural West Virginia.
West Virginia University