Amber Davidson, MPH is a Research Coordinator for Dr. Beth Pfeiffer at Temple University’s Department of Rehabilitation Sciences. Amber earned her BS in Chemistry with a BioSci option at the University of Pittsburgh, and her MPH at University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey (UMDNJ). Amber’s research focuses on individual’s community participation. She is currently the research coordinator on a peer mediated transportation training intervention to increase community participation for transitional aged you and young adults.
Prior to her work at Temple University Amber has worked in research with investigators at several other institutions: Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, Drexel University, Villanova University and others. Her experiences include contributing on grant funded projects of various sizes from recruitment through publications.
Amber’s enjoys spending her free time with her husband, three children Samuel; (13), Luke (10), and Mary (7), friends and pets. Her family and friends enjoys many types of adventures including running, hiking, skiing, swimming and traveling. She is a huge Philadelphia sports fan and can also be found watching sporting events in her downtime.