b'28BIOGRAPHIESDonovan Maust, MD, MS,is an Associate Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Michigan Medical School and Research Scientist with the VA Ann Arbor Center for Clinical Management Research. He is a geriatric psychiatrist, and a primary focus of his research has been using national claims and survey data to characterize potentially inappropriate prescribing of psychotropic medications and associated outcomes in older adults. He is also interested in patient- and clinician-facing interventions to promote deprescribing.His mentee, Dr. Lauren Gerlach, is a NPCRC Kornfeld [email protected] Mazor, PhD, RN, MS,is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Medicine and Nurse Scientist in the Community Outreach and Engagement Program at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. Her research focuses on enhancing equity in supportive oncology delivery, access, and outcomes for historically marginalized women with advanced cancer. Dr. Mazor is a 2022 HPNA Research Scholar and is currently funded by the National Cancer Institute and Rita and Alex Hillman Foundation to study the development and evaluation of a community navigator-delivered supportive care intervention for Black and Latinx women with metastatic breast cancer and their family caregivers. [email protected] McDermott, PhD, PharmD,is Assistant Professor in the Division of Geriatrics at Duke University Medical School. Her research focuses on symptom management and medication optimization for adults with multiple chronic conditions and limited life expectancy. She has a NHLBI K23 that focuses on reducing symptom burden and fall risk for older adults with multimorbidity and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, while engaging patients, caregivers, pulmonologists, and primary care providers in care coordination and medication management. Dr. McDermott is a 2020 AAHPM Research Scholar. [email protected] Diane E. Meier, FACP, FAAHPM,is Director Emerita and Strategic Medical Advisor of the Center to Advance Palliative Care, a national organization devoted to increasing access to quality health care in the United States for people living with serious illness. Dr. Meier was awarded a MacArthur Foundation Fellowship (MacArthur Genius Award). She was named one of 20 People Who Make Healthcare Better in the United States by Health Leaders Media in 2010 and was elected to the National Academy of Medicine of the National Academy of Sciences in 2013. In 2017 she received both the Gustav O. Lienhard Award of the National Academy of Medicine and the American Hospital AssociationsHRET TRUST Award. [email protected]'