Lauren O’Malley, MPH

Program Manager

Lauren leads all administrative activities associated with the NJ-SHO Research Program and coordinates the continued development of the NJ-SHO Center for Integrated Data. She has extensive experience coordinating large-scale public health and clinical research studies and is excited to work with traffic safety stakeholders across New Jersey. 

Highlighted Work

Driving with Neurodevelopmental Differences

The Teen Driver Source website provides important information and resources about learning to drive for teens with neurodevelopmental differences, including autism spectrum disorder and ADHD, and their families. 

Impacts of Non-Driving Related License Suspensions on Quality of Life: A Qualitative Study

Non-driving related license suspensions can have wide-reaching consequences, including strains on mental health, relationships, employment, and independence. There is growing support to reform and repeal policies that enable states to suspend licenses for debt and non-traffic safety related reasons. 

Initial Planning for the Development of an Injury-Focused Data Dashboard

Lauren presented the team’s first steps in the endeavor to create the NJ-SHO Center for Integrated Data at the 2022 APHA Annual Meeting. 

Lauren O'Malley

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