Bernadette D'Alonzo, MPH
Clinical Research Coordinator, Department of Biostatistics Epidemiology and Informatics
Public Health Interests
Current Public-Health Related Activities
I am currently a full-time clinical research coordinator at the University of Pennsylvania, Center for Clinical Epidemiology and Biostatistics, and Penn Injury Science Center. I completed my MPH at Penn in 2017 and have worked for several years in research, prior to this in the Center for Public Health Initiatives. I currently manage multiple federally funded studies centered around issues of injury, violence, geography, and health. Much of my work involves the collection and integration of data that are derived from multiple sources at different temporal and spatial scales. I also coordinate research activities, lead analyses and manage the Big Ten Ivy League Epidemiology of Concussions study of the Big Ten Ivy League Concussion Consortium.
Campbell-McGovern C, D’Alonzo BA, Cooper M, Putukian M, Wiebe DJ. The Ivy League – Big Ten Epidemiology of Concussion Study. Injury Prevention. 2018 (in press)
Flynn K, McDonald CC, D’Alonzo BA, Tam V, Wiebe DJ. Violence in rural, suburban, and urban schools in Pennsylvania. Journal of School Nursing. 2018 (in press)
Morgan AU, D’Alonzo BA, Dupuis R, Whiteman ED, Kallem S, McClintock A, Fein JA, Klusaritz H, Cannuscio CC. Public library staff as community health partners: Training program design and evaluation. Health Promotion Practice, 2017.
Morgan AU, Dupuis R, D’Alonzo B, Johnson A, Graves A, Brooks KL, McClintock A, Klusaritz H, Bogner H, Long J, Grande D, Cannuscio CC. Beyond Books: Public libraries as partners for population health. Health Affairs, 2016; 35(11):2030-6.