Operations Manager, OneFlorida Clinical Research Consortium
Operations Manager, OneFlorida Cancer Control Alliance
Steering Committee Member, OneFlorida Clinical Research Consortium
TaJuana Chisholm is the Administrative Director of Operations for the OneFlorida Clinical Research Consortium funded by the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute and an Operations Manager for the OneFlorida Cancer Control Alliance funded by the Florida Department of Health James and Esther King Biomedical Research Program. Ms. Chisholm has contributed administrative support to several funded projects and grants including (1) the Adolescent Health Risk Assessments in Primary Care: Phase I and Phase II (NIH funded), (2) the UF & Shands Medical Home Care Coordination Program (State of Florida funded), (3) the iPRO study which uses a clinical decision support tool integrated within the EHR to improve care for patients seeking pain management from their primary care providers (Pfizer funded) (4) Evaluating Quality of Care for the Department of Aging and Disability Services (Texas Health and Human Services Commission funded) (5) Clinical and Data Research Network (PCORI funded) (6) OneFlorida Cancer Control Alliance Program (FL DOH funded) (7) Child Health Quality (CHeQ) Partnership Program (AHRQ funded) . Ms. Chisholm’s primary roles within the Consortium are to provide leadership and support to internal staff at the University of Florida, demonstrate exemplary customer service to external investigators, and assist the Chief Operating Officer with strategic planning for the Consortium.