Jennifer Kraschnewski, MD, MPH
Division of General Internal Medicine
Associate Professor, Department of Public Health Sciences
Associate Professor, Department of Pediatrics
Dr. Jennifer Kraschnewski joined the faculty of Penn State College of Medicine in July 2009. Dr. Kraschnewski is a clinician-investigator with a research focus on behavioral interventions for, and electronic health record investigations of, healthy lifestyles in both clinical and community settings. Her research has received funding through the NIH through Penn State Clinical and Translational Science Institute, Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services, and the Pennsylvania Department of Health. She has also been supported by foundations and organizations including the Boy Scouts of America, Kohl's Cares and Highmark Foundation. She has more than 60 peer-reviewed publications and her research has been presented and awarded at both the regional and national levels.
Dr. Kraschnewski serves as director of Penn State Project ECHO, part of a national movement to democratize medical knowledge to improve and save lives in rural and underserved communities. Her research leadership roles include serving as the co-lead of the Clinical and Translational Science Institute Community-Engaged Research Core. She is also the vice chair of clinical research for the Department of Medicine. In addition to her research and administrative roles, she enjoys teaching internal medicine resident physicians and medical students while caring for patients in the primary care setting.
- Weights and Measures
- Primary Health Care
- Weight Loss
- Gestational Weight Gain
- Body Mass Index
- Public Health