Michigan Public Health Institute (MPHI)- Staff Member
Jane Pilditch’s first experience with patient-centered outcomes research was serving as a reviewer for PCORI’s Pipeline to Proposal award applications. Since then, she has served as a lead patient partner on three PCORI Engagement awards. She is currently co-principal investigator for the RaRE study. She is the parent of an adult son with a rare disorder and is passionate about engaging other parents and families to support patient-centered outcomes research.
She holds a bachelor of arts from the University of Michigan and a master of public administration from George Washington University. She has worked on a variety of state and local projects and currently serves as the associate director of the Center for Strategic Partnerships at the Michigan Public Health Institute.
Involvement with PCORI
Engagement Awards: Inborn Errors Of Metabolism Of Uncertain Clinical Consequence -- What Patients Really Want To Know - Project Coordinator/Manager
Engagement Awards: Rare Disease and Research Engagement (RaRE) - Co-Investigator (Co-I)
PCORI Merit Reviewer