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Rachel B. Seymour

Professor and Vice Chair for Research

Rachel B. Seymour, PhD, is the Professor and Vice Chair for Research for the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery and the Atrium Health Musculoskeletal Institute. Dr. Seymour has over 20 years of experience in clinical research, including multi-center trials and consortium development and management and has received funding from National Institutes of Health, CDC and Department of Defense to conduct efficacy and effectiveness studies and projects focused on the development, testing and translation of evidence-based interventions. Recently, she served as Principal Investigator, with Dr. Hsu, on CDC-funded projects to implement clinical decision support in the EMR to address abuse, misuse and diversion or prescription narcotics. Dr. Seymour manages the top enrolling site for the Major Extremity Trauma Research Consortium at Carolinas Medical Center and serves as co-investigator on several of the METRC projects. This network of researchers facilitates collaborations across disciplines, facilities and scientific methods.

Rachel B. Seymour

Professor and Vice Chair for Research

Rachel B. Seymour, PhD, is the Professor and Vice Chair for Research for the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery and the Atrium Health Musculoskeletal Institute. Dr. Seymour has over 20 years of experience in clinical research, including multi-center trials and consortium development and management and has received funding from National Institutes of Health, CDC and Department of Defense to conduct efficacy and effectiveness studies and projects focused on the development, testing and translation of evidence-based interventions. Recently, she served as Principal Investigator, with Dr. Hsu, on CDC-funded projects to implement clinical decision support in the EMR to address abuse, misuse and diversion or prescription narcotics. Dr. Seymour manages the top enrolling site for the Major Extremity Trauma Research Consortium at Carolinas Medical Center and serves as co-investigator on several of the METRC projects. This network of researchers facilitates collaborations across disciplines, facilities and scientific methods.

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