Member, OneFlorida+ Executive Committee
Since 2015, Nadine Zemon has served as a community member citizen scientist (CS) with the UF Clinical & Translational Science Institute (UF CTSI) and the OneFlorida+ Clinical Research Network. Zemon has a professional background in emergency room and employee health unit management and as a facilitator for diabetes self-management workshops. As a citizen scientist, Zemon works side-by-side with UF Health system leaders, College of Medicine department chairs, and other Health Science Center leaders to provide a patient/consumer perspective in patient-centered outcomes research projects from proposal development to dissemination and implementation of the results. She has provided patient and community-level insights on a number of OneFlorida+ research projects, including the NIH’s All of Us Research Program, the PCORI-funded ADAPTABLE aspirin study, and the NIH-funded ACTIV-4 study. She currently serves on the UF CTSI Learning Health System Committee, is a patient representative on the PCORnet Steering Committee and serves on the PCORnet Engagement Workgroup.