b'PALLIATIVE CARE RETREAT & RESEARCH SYMPOSIUM27Charlotta Lindvall, MD, PhD,is an Assistant Professor and Director of Clinical Informatics at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Boston. She leads a cross-disciplinary research team of physicians, nurses, and computer scientists who work to develop artificial intelligence methods for language analysis within the context of serious illness care. @lindvalllab software ClinicalRegex is currently used to identify text-based primary and secondary outcomes in multiple clinical trials involving tens of thousands of patients followed at 10+ US healthcare systems. Dr. Lindvall has received multiple competitive awards and prizes, including a NPCRC Junior Investigator Award, a Sojourns Scholar Award, and an Innovation Award from the National Quality Forum. Funding for her research include grants from the Cambia Health Foundation, the Veteran Affairs, and the National Institutes of Health.Dr. Lindvall is a 2016 NPCRC grantee. [email protected] MacMartin, MD, MS, FAAHPM,is an Assistant Professor of Medicine atThe Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice at the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth. Her research focuses on identifying the components of clinical palliative care with a particular interest in decision making support. Dr. MacMartin is2022 NPCRC Kornfeld Scholar. [email protected] Mather, MD, MSc,is an Assistant Professor in the Brookdale Department of Geriatrics and Palliative Medicine. Originally from the UK, she earned her medical degree from the University of Oxford and went on to complete postgraduate medical training in internal medicine and palliative medicine in London. Alongside, she completed an MSc in Palliative Care at Kings College London (Distinction), conducting her research on casemix complexity in specialty palliative care. Following this, she moved to Mount Sinai as a research project manager and was involved with the development and evaluation of a community health worker-centered home-based palliative care program and a large multi-center randomized controlled trial of a patient-physician communication intervention in advanced heart failure. She completed a Fellowship in Hospice and Palliative Medicine in 2021 and was recruited to join faculty at Mount Sinai in July 2021. Motivated by her experiences as an actively practicing palliative care physician in the US and the UK, she conducts health services research into the experience of care of homebound older adults and their family caregivers, with the goal of identifying mutable targets for interventions and policies to improve care and outcomes for this underserved population. Supported by the NPCRC Kornfeld Scholars Program Award, and using population representative data, she will lead a study characterize pain in homebound older adults and its association with race and ethnicity and neighborhood socioeconomic deprivation. [email protected]'