Giuseppe Macri is a Research Associate at the Weitzman Institute and the Project Manager for the Integrative Platform for Primary Care Delivery of Evidence-Based Cancer Risk Behavior study, a collaborative study with Pro-Change Behavior Systems, funded by the National Cancer Institute, which aims to promote cancer prevention behaviors and improve health outcomes for patients via Health IT interventions. He also supports CHCI’s NIH’s All of Us research project team by providing technical assistance, engaging stakeholders and identifying and modifying workflows. Giuseppe also supports the numerous telehealth interventions offered by the Weitzman institute such as Project ECHO and eConsults products.
Prior to Weitzman Institute, Giuseppe was a research assistant and the TEFT Grant PHR/eLTSS Plan lead at the UConn’s CHATTER office, the Health IT research arm of UConn’s School of Nursing in Hartford, CT. While at UConn, Giuseppe organized and conducted several focus groups pertaining to the use of Personal Health Records in community based settings, and collaborated with both state and federal partners to develop a standardized community based electronic long term services and supports plan for future pilot testing. Giuseppe obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree from Central Connecticut State University in Psychology and is completing course work for a Master of Computer Information Technologies degree from Central Connecticut State University. During his time as an undergraduate student, Giuseppe ran the Psychophysiology lab, which studied the effects of violent media on college students.