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Jennifer Moye, Ph.D.

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University of Minnesota, MinneapolisPhd06/1992Clinical Psychology
2005
Harvard Medical School Scholars in Medicine
2006
Association of VA Psychology Leaders Professional Service Award
2008
Harvard Medical School Dean's Community Service Award
2008
Massachusetts Guardianship Association Isaac Ray Award
2010
APA Award for the Advancement of Psychology and Aging
2013
Society for Clinical Geropsychology Distinguished Mentorship Award
2014
VA Boston Nga Pham Award for Excellence in Psychology Training Award
2016
Harvard Medical School Stuart Hauser Award for Excellence in Mentoring
2018
VA Boston Educator of the Year Award
2019
Psychologists in Long Term Care Outstanding Contributions Award
2022
Society for Clinical Geropsychology Distinguished Contributions to Clinical Geropsychology Award

Overview
I am the Associate Director for Education and Evaluation at New England GRECC. I am broadly interested in the older patient’s psychological reaction and adaption to medical illness, at the intersection of clinical implementation, biomedical ethics, and healthcare policy. My innovations are in two areas.

Clinical Innovation for Mental Health Treatment in Multi-Morbid Geriatric Patients. My recent work focuses on improving tools for assessing "what matters most" to older adults with multicomplexity and late life PTSD. .

Clinical Innovation in Capacity Assessment. My research has investigated processes for evaluating capacity as well as improving guardianship. I have translated these findings to a series of handbooks by the American Psychological Association (APA) and American Bar Association (ABA).

Teaching and Education. I am a clinical and research supervisor to VA trainees. My teaching and mentoring have been recognized by the APA Society for Clinical Geropsychology Distinguished Mentorship Award and HMS Stuart Hauser Award for Excellence in Mentorship, and by VA Boston Educator of the Year Award.

In addition to these activities, I am active in serving the VA, HMS, National geropsychology, and local Dorchester communities. My service to the Dorchester community was recognized by an HMS Dean’s Award for Community Service.

In summary, my clinical innovation work in geropsychology has integrated clinical research, clinical translation and implementation, and clinical training and scientific mentorship, with the ultimate goal of advancing psychological assessment and treatment of older adults -- with a focus on the patients' values and perspectives. Across these activities, my goals are to support patient centered care; improve patient-clinician communication; and enhance policies and processes of care within healthcare and health law.

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  1. IK1RX004762 (BOYLE, JULIA) Oct 1, 2023 - Sep 30, 2025
    VA ORD RRD
    Insomnia and Physical Function in Older Veterans During and After CLC Rehabilitation
    Role: Primary Mentor
  2. VA VISN1 (O'MALLEY, KELLY) Oct 1, 2023 - Sep 30, 2025
    VA
    Transforming Trauma-Informed Care in VA Community Living Centers
    Role: Co-Primary Mentor
  3. 5IK2RX003527 (BAMONTI, PATRICIA) Nov 1, 2021 - Oct 31, 2026
    VA ORD RRD
    The Development of an Integrated Physical Activity and Mental Health Intervention for Veterans with COPD, Emotion Distress, and Low Physical Activity
    Role: Primary Mentor
  4. ORH15079 (MOYE, JENNIFER A) Oct 1, 2019 - Sep 30, 2024
    VA ORH
    Late Life PTSD Educational and Clinical Tools
    Role: Principal Investigator
  5. K23AG057813 (LIU, CHRISTINE K) Sep 1, 2018 - May 31, 2023
    NIH
    Mobility of older hemodialysis patients
    Role: Mentor

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Funded by the NIH National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences through its Clinical and Translational Science Awards Program, grant number UL1TR002541.