Dr. Schonberg is an Associate Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School, a practicing internist, and Director of Research in Shared Decision Making in the Division of General Medicine at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC). Her research aims to improve shared decision making around cancer screening for older adults and has been supported by 3 NIH R01 grants, 2 R21s, a Paul B. Beeson K23, and multiple foundation grants. Since high quality breast cancer screening decisions for older women require consideration of their life expectancy, breast cancer risk, and preferences and values, most of her work has aimed to better understand each of these key factors. To help clinicians and patients estimate life expectancy, she developed and validated a widely used index to predict mortality within 14 years that is available at www.eprognosis.org, a website that she co-developed. To help older women make more informed preference-based screening decisions around mammography screening, she developed a pamphlet decision aid (DA) on mammography screening for women 75+ years and recently completed a large multi-site cluster randomized controlled trial testing the DA’s efficacy. The DA improved older women’s knowledge about screening, led to more discussion with PCPs, and led to fewer older women being screened. Dr. Schonberg is also developing scripts and strategies for clinicians to use to discuss stopping screening with older adults. In addition, she is working to improve shared decision making around treatment of breast cancer in older women and on improving shared decision making around breast cancer screening for women in their 40s. In recognition of her work, Dr. Schonberg received the 2016 American Geriatrics Society (AGS) Outstanding Scientific Achievement for Clinical Investigation Award and a 2015 Clinician Investigator of the Year Award from the New England Region of the Society of General Internal Medicine.