Coordinator, NJ Practice-Based Research Network

Nathan Stewart, M.S. (he/him) is a research assistant with Rutgers Institute for Health, Health Care Policy, and Aging Research. He supports a research team that collaborates with community members, local organizations, and government officials to achieve more equitable health outcomes for New Jersey residents. He is the coordinator for the New Jersey Practice-Based Research Network, working alongside Ann Nguyen, PhD, to bridge New Jersey clinical practices and academic researchers to promote practice-led research and initiatives. Prior to joining the team, Nathan worked as a graduate research assistant for an R01 clinical trial on the relationship between exercise intensity and the type 2 diabetes drug, metformin. Nathan received his Bachelor of Science from the University of Virginia where he studied Kinesiology and has been published in Frontiers Endocrinology.