Jennifer Chang Damonte, MA, is a Program Analyst for the Implementation Science Team in the Office of the Director in the Division of Cancer Control and Population Sciences at the National Cancer Institute. In this role, Jennifer provides organizational support and leadership for key Team initiatives, including the Implementation Science Centers in Cancer Control (ISC3), the Consortium for Cancer Implementation Science (CCIS), and the Evidence-Based Cancer Control Programs (EBCCP) platform, among other activities.
Jennifer came to NCI from the Veterans Health Administration holding roles in the VISN 7 Clinical Resource Hub and the national Technology-based Eye Care Services (TECS) program office, where she facilitated implementation of various telemedicine services (e.g., Tele-Eye Care, Tele-Primary Care, Tele-Mental Health), quality assurance and quality improvement processes, medical resident education, and tele-specialty care research projects.
Prior to joining the VHA, Jennifer worked at Moffitt Cancer Center and University of South Florida, where she worked on various research projects in the health outcomes and behavior area. Jennifer received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and Linguistics from Emory University in Atlanta, GA and Master of Arts degree in Learning Sciences from University of Delaware in Newark, DE.
- Damonte, J. C., Johanson, M., Golinkoff, R. M. & Hirsh-Pasek, K. (2014). The emergentist coalition model of word learning. In P. Brooks & V. Kempe (Eds.) Encyclopedia of Language Development. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Reference.
- Implementation Science
- Implementation of evidence-based practices in cancer care delivery
- Health Disparities
- Instructional Design