The PMC team is dedicated to promoting the understanding and adoption of personalized medicine concepts, services and products.

Lori Frank, Ph.D.

President, Women’s Health Access Matters

Lori Frank, Ph.D., is the inaugural President of Women’s Health Access Matters, a nonprofit organization dedicated to research funding and investment to improve women’s health. Her career has focused on incorporating community perspectives in health research and health policy to advance public health and health equity.

She serves on the Medical, Scientific, and Memory Screening Advisory Board of the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America. She is Past President of the International Society for Quality of Life Research, a professional society devoted to health outcomes assessment. She completed her Health and Aging Policy Fellowship through the Congressional Fellowship Program and prior to that she founded and served as Program Director of Evaluation and Analysis at the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI).

She has held research and teaching positions with Georgetown University Department of Psychiatry, the National Institute on Aging, the New York Academy of Medicine, Medimmune LLC/AstraZeneca, and the Veteran’s Administration. She completed postdoctoral training in Mental Health Services Research with the VA Health Services Research and Development program. Her Ph.D. is in human development/gerontology from the Pennsylvania State University. She also obtained an M.A. in biopsychology from the Johns Hopkins University.