Dawon Baik joined the University of Colorado College of Nursing as an Assistant Professor in September 2019. Prior to joining the faculty, she completed a two-year post-doctoral NIH/NINR T32 fellowship, Health Disparities through Informatics, at Columbia University in August 2019.
Her research interest focuses on supporting optimal health communication to improve patient reported outcomes using health informatics for patients with heart failure.
Dr. Baik has received multiple prestigious fellowship and research awards during her career including the University of Washington’s Hester McLaws Research Award for demonstrating excellence in nursing research and the T32 NIH/NINR grant for her postdoctoral research in 2017-2019. She is also funded through the Eugenie and Joseph Doyle Research Partnership Fund from the Visiting Nurse Service of New York in 2018-2019. Dr. Baik is also an active member of the American Heart Association (AHA), the Gerontological Society of America (GSA), and the American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA).
• T32 NIH/NINR Health Disparities through Informatics, Columbia University 2017-2019
• Hall Memorial Fellowship, School of Nursing, University of Washington 2016-2017
• Hester McLaws Research Award, University of Washington 2016-2017
• Inductee, Sigma Theta Tau International 2015
• Lillian and James Arms Fellowship, University of Washington 2015
• Pfeiffer Fellowship, University of Washington 2014
• Outstanding Graduate Award, Chung-Ang University 2008