Mylynda B. Massart
Board-certified Family Medicine physician at UPMC, Associate Professor at the University of Pittsburgh

Mylynda B. Massart, M.D., Ph.D., is a board-certified Family Medicine physician at UPMC, and associate professor at the University of Pittsburgh. She currently serves as the founder and Medical Director of the UPMC Primary Care Precision Medicine clinic, and as the Associate Director of Clinical Services for the Institute for Precision Medicine. Dr. Massart is co-director for the HUB Core over Research Inclusivity and Community Partners Core at the Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CSTI). Dr. Massart serves as one of the co-Investigators for the All of US Pennsylvania research project working on community education and engagement and as MPI of The Community Engagement Alliance Consultative Resource (CEACR) created in 2021 by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) with the aim of leveraging the CEAL community-engagement expertise to promote and facilitate diversity and inclusion of racial/ethnic minority populations and rural underserved populations in clinical research.

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