Maryum Zaidi

Maryum Zaidi

Assistant Professor

Solomont School of Nursing
Health & Social Sciences Building 291


Patient Engagement, Person Centered Care, Health Information Technology, Community Engaged Research

Research Interests

Person-centered care, Patient engagement in health care though health information technology, Cancer care, Health equity outcomes in under-resourced, immigrants and refugees communities.


  • Post Doctoral Training (2022)- Supported by National Cancer Institute funded Fellowship - Health Equity in Cancer Prevention and Control Grant # T32 CA172009. UMass Chan Medical School, Worcester MA 
  • MSN & PhD (2020) - Nursing - Health Policy Track- Supported by UMass Boston & Harvard Dana Farber Cancer Center U54 Partnership - University of Massachusetts 


Maryum Zaidi (Formerly Kazmi) is an Assistant Professor in the Solomont School of Nursing, Zuckerberg College of Health Sciences at the University of Massachusetts Lowell. Her areas of nursing practice have been in Medical-Surgical, Oncology, and Home Health Nursing over the last 18 years. Zaidi's research focuses on person-centered care, community-engaged research, and patient engagement in treatment decision-making using health information technology tools. Her post-doctoral training is in Implementation Science. Zaidi's current research targets cancer screening in the refugee population using an implementation science health equity framework.