Jennifer Rohan, PhDJennifer Rohan, PhD

Associate Professor


Pediatric Hematology-Oncology-Stem Cell Transplantation

Research group

Rohan research lab

Research areas

Dr. Rohan’s research and clinical interests focus on psychosocial clinical care in pediatric and adult chronic illnesses with a focus on quality of life, patient experience, treatment adherence, self-management, as well as, psychological and health outcomes in chronic illness populations. Specifically, Dr. Rohan is passionate about identifying predictors of optimal versus poor health outcomes, investigating disparities in psychosocial outcomes and health outcomes, and developing innovative interventions to improve and enhance clinical care and outcomes of pediatric and adult patients diagnosed with chronic illnesses.

Dr. Rohan has a busy clinical research lab that includes research team members across various levels of training from high school students to postdoctoral fellows. Dr. Rohan currently has a number of research studies that are in various phases, including those that are in the early development phase, several in active data collection and study recruitment phases; as well as, several studies that are closed to data collection and are being analyzed for future grant submissions, presentations, and publications.

Dr. Rohan's current work focuses on descriptive research, as well as, mHealth and telehealth psychological interventions that can reach diverse patient populations. Dr. Rohan has several active research studies investigating the patient experience in healthcare, treatment adherence, quality of life, transition to adult health care, minimizing psychological distress during medical visits, and improving health and psychological outcomes.

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CHRI theme

Health equity, Personalized and translational medicine