- Traditional and innovative therapeutics
- Stony Brook University’s Physician Assistant program
- Certified Physicians Assistant
Jennifer Wald is a certified Physician Assistant and Clinical Research Coordinator at the George Washington University Medical Faculty Associates (GW MFA), in the Department of Medicine, Division of Infectious Diseases. Jennifer practices medicine in the Infectious Disease clinic, serves as the primary coordinator for all inpatient COVID clinical trials, is an investigator on the Moderna Vaccine trial and is one the providers on the Mobile Health Delivery Unit for IVDU for prevention of Addiction, HIV, HCV and primary care.
Jennifer received her BS in Biology and Theater at Bates College in 2013. She continued her medical education at NYU where she received high honors obtaining her Master’s degree in Molecular Biology. Her research in metabolic oncology and angiogenesis has led to several publications during her time spent at NYU, Columbia Presbyterian Hospital and Regeneron. She graduated Stony Brook University’s Physician Assistant program in 2020 and joined the MFA Infectious team in September of 2020.
Prior to joining the GW MFA, Jennifer worked in the first established Immunotherapy Department at Dana Farber Cancer Institution where she served as a biospecimen specialist and research coordinator. She has taught fitness classes as a spin instructor for many years and led education sessions for her clients on health and fitness benefits. She enjoys playing tennis competitively, loves to hike and has even led backpacking trips along the Appalachian Trail.
She is excited about aiding in the pandemic as an infectious disease PA-C. Jennifer is most passionate about patient education, and helping to provide both traditional and innovative therapeutics to all of her patients.