Erin Sarzynski is a clinician-investigator at the Institute for Health Policy where she collaborates on health services research to assess the impact of health information technology and exchange across the state of Michigan. Erin is particularly interested in optimizing electronic health records (EHR) to promote safe medication management among older adults during care transitions. She disseminates her team’s work in high-impact medical journals, including a study identifying opportunities to improve EHR-generated patient educational materials at hospital discharge, which garnered an invited editorial from a national expert in the field. Dr. Sarzynski is a practicing, board-certified internist and geriatrician, and she is an Assistant Professor in the MSU Department of Family Medicine, Division of Geriatric Medicine. She holds an undergraduate degree in biochemistry from Michigan State University and a Master of Science degree in entomology from the University of Florida. She received her medical degree from MSU College of Human Medicine in 2007. Dr. Sarzynski completed her Internal Medicine residency in 2010 and her Geriatric Medicine fellowship at in 2011, both at MSU/Sparrow. You can reach Erin at 517-353-8131 or email@example.com.