Office of Research on Women's Health (ORWH)
Rosemarie Filart, M.D, M.P.H., M.B.A.
Rosemarie Filart, M.D, M.P.H., M.B.A., joined ORWH in 2013 on detail from the National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences. With expertise in clinical medicine, public health research program development, and NIH Director Awards for team work, Dr. Filart brings more than seven years of experience in nation-wide multimillion dollar clinical and translational research program (CTSA) development where she worked in collaborative partnerships with federal entities such as AHRQ, HRSA, CDC, FDA, CMS, DOD, DHARPA, VA, ASPR, State Department, HHS, and NIH Institutes, Centers, and Offices, as well as with academia, community groups, and private entities such as Institute of Medicine, Academy Health, American Association of Medical Colleges, and Center of Medical Technology Policy, Clinical Data Interchange Standards Consortium, and professional societies, in order to advance translational science and evidence generation in medicine to benefit public health for population and individual applications. With expertise in research program implementation, development, dissemination, and sustainability, she has co-written research initiatives in, has been the lead NIH Coordinator in Committees for, and is a national speaker on comparative effectiveness/ patient-centered outcomes research (CER/PCOR); neuroscience; technologies; emergency care research; physical activity, rehabilitation and disability; sleep research; and telemedicine/telehealth/mobile health/digital health. She has published on CER/PCOR; education, training, and workforce development; telemedicine; neuroplasticity; and emergency care. She has been a member of the NIH Blueprint Working group for specific topic areas and received NIH Blueprint Director’s Awards in neuroplasticity and in neurotherapeutics.
Currently, her focus is on the NIH Office of Research on Women’s Health research areas within disability, physical medicine, & rehabilitation research; CER/PCOR; emergency care research, and career development; the NIH Working Group on Women in Biomedical Careers and the Intramural Program of Research on Women’s Health. Dr. Filart is a Green Belt in Lean Six Sigma for process improvement and trained in Continuous Process Improvement (CPI) and Hoshin Facilitation. She earned a M.B.A. in medical services management at the Johns Hopkins University and a Foundation of Advance Education in the Sciences Certificate in Technology Transfer with her capstone project on developing partnerships for drug repurposing. She trained in physical medicine and rehabilitation at Baylor College of Medicine; Primary Care Medicine at Yale University School of Medicine, and spinal cord medicine at University of Medical and Dentistry of New Jersey/Kessler Research Institute. She earned her MD and MPH in a joint program at George Washington School of Medicine and the School of Public Health. As an assistant professor, she directed an inpatient unit and outpatient clinics as the Director of Spinal Cord Medicine at the Johns Hopkins Medical Institutes before joining NIH. Dr. Filart is a board certified practicing clinician and a volunteer for the D.C. Medical Reserve Corps. NIH Liaison: NIAMS, NIGMS, NINR