Clinical Research Coordinator/Interventionist, Center for Translational Science

Center for Translational Research

Jamie Neiman, MA, primarily serves as a coordinator and clinical interventionist on the Plan, Reflect, and Engage With Providers for Diabetes Care (PREP-DC) Study, a program that looks to improve patient-provider communication in adolescents with Type 1 diabetes preparing to transition to adult diabetes care. She is currently completing her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology at American University.

Her research interests focus on the intersection of mental and physical health. Specifically, her research interests include mood, coping and executive functioning in children and adolescents with chronic illnesses. Her dissertation research focuses on factors predicting parental adherence to medical regimen in children too young to self-manage a chronic illness. 

In her free time, Jamie likes to do yoga, rock climb and explore D.C.