Position title: Research Coordinator, All of Us Research Program
Erica Smith, Research Coordinator, is with the All of Us Research Program (UW-Madison site). Smith brings an array of research experience to AoU, having spent several years supporting health sciences and aging-related research at UW-Madison and beyond. Smith previously worked as a Research Specialist in Alzheimer’s disease research – first with Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center (ADRC) and Wisconsin Registry for Alzheimer’s Prevention (WRAP) coordinating neuroimaging studies, and later with the School of Nursing. Prior to venturing into Alzheimer’s disease research, Smith served as a primary coordinator on a national, longitudinal study of health and well-being called the Midlife in the United States (MIDUS) Study. She began her research career at Virginia Tech as a Research Project Assistant for the Virginia Tech Transportation Institute.
Smith earned a BS in Psychology from Hollins University and an MS in Human Development and Family Science from the University of Missouri.
She enjoys interacting with AoU participants and looks forward to talking with members of the community about the AoU Research Program.