Dr. Kathryn Flynn was trained in sociology and population health sciences at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She completed a post-doctoral fellowship on patient-reported outcomes at Duke University, where she co-led the development of the PROMIS Sexual Function and Satisfaction measure. She is an Associate Professor of Medicine and Associate Director of the Center for Patient Care and Outcomes Research at the Medical College of Wisconsin.
In PEPR, Dr. Flynn serves on the data management core of the MCW award site and leads Project 2 with Dr. Elizabeth Cox, which seeks to provide data on the validity and utility of the PROMIS Pediatric Family Relationships measure for kids with asthma, type 1 diabetes and sickle cell disease. She is also principal investigator on a 15-site R01 from NCI that is using PROMIS measures to examine patient-reported health status in patients with chronic myeloid leukemia who discontinue treatment with tyrosine kinase inhibitors.
Site Principal Investigator, Steering Committee Member