Madeline Felske, MS

Associate research coordinator


Madeline is an associate research coordinator at the Center for Disability Health and Wellness (CDHW) at the University of Michigan. Her primary role is to serve as coordinator for the Michigan Spinal Cord Injury Model System, which aims to expand and enhance health management for all individuals living—and aging—with SCI in Michigan and throughout the United States. In addition, Madeline will be providing research assistance to other collaborative studies currently underway at PM&R, including aging, assistive technology, and oral health with those living with SCI.

Prior to joining the CDHW, Madeline was a research coordinator at Wayne State University. In her role with the Office of Women’s Health Make Your Date Program, she worked to improve birth outcomes for pregnant women in the City of Detroit. Madeline is a recent graduate of Wayne State University, where she obtained a Master of Science in Community Health Education.