Judy Malone is a Clinical Research Assistant for Clinical Futures at CHOP. She is in the Pediatric Infectious Disease Epidemiology & Antimicrobial Stewardship (IDEAS) research group as well as the department of Clinical Pharmacology. She works with Dr. Kevin Downes on several research projects including AMPLE, Opt Vanc, and PRESCRIBE with the aim to improve antimicrobial use in children.
As a Clinical Research Assistant, Miss Malone works in multiple settings including the PICU/hospital, laboratory, and office. She carries out study procedures as well as coordinates with the team and medical staff, inputs data, processes patient samples, and assists with any other study needs.
Previously, Miss Malone graduated from the Pennsylvania State University with a B.S. in Psychology – Life Sciences and a minor in Rehabilitation and Human Services. During her undergraduate education, she was a Research Assistant in the Adams Lab for half a year and the Cole Lab for 2 and a half years. Additionally, she was an Undergraduate Teaching Assistant for PSYCH 412: Adolescent Psychology.