Bonny Rockette-Wagner is a co-investigator on the PCORI-funded WISE study and an investigator in the PaTH network, providing her expertise in epidemiology and as clinical trialist to funded projects using PaTH.

In 2017 she was awarded a Patient Centered Outcomes Research Faculty Development Program grant, funded by the Association for Health Research and Quality, through the Clinical Translational Science Institute at the University of Pittsburgh. She completed a two-year project to develop an online physical activity program for patients with low physical activity levels that can be coordinated with clinical care. She is continuing this work in a study funded by the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute.

She holds a bachelor of arts in anthropology and a doctorate in epidemiology.

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