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More than 150 faculty members work within the OHSU-PSU School of Public Health. They have a wide range of expertise, from monitoring and assessing health risks and opportunities in populations, to helping build health-supporting social environments through policy, advocacy, and programs. They are educators, advisors, researchers, practitioners and community leaders. They come from backgrounds in quantitative, behavioral, environmental and social sciences, policy and government, exercise and health sciences and anthropology, among many other areas. They all work in collaboration with each other and with community partners, and are especially focused on the training and education of future leaders and practitioners in the public health fields.

 

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Darney, Blair - PhD

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Assistant Professor Health Systems & Policy Office OHSU – MP3602C Phone: (503) 494-1190
Biography

Dr. Darney has a secondary appointment in the OHSU-PSU School of Public Health as an Assistant Professor in the Health Systems Management and Policy programs, primarily Health Systems & Policy. In this role, Professor Darney’s work includes collaborating other faculty members in Health Systems & Policy, mentoring or advising PhD students in HSP, may serve as preceptor, and participates in the School at large.

Dr. Darney is a reproductive health services researcher and has an OHSU primary faculty appointment as an Assistant Professor on the OHSU Dept of OB/Gyn, Family Planning Section. Her work focuses on obstetric outcomes, maternal mortality, contraception, and abortion. She primarily engages in secondary analyses of existing data but also has experience with intervention and feasibility studies. Her areas of expertise include working with survey, census, claims, and medical chart data, improving causal inference in non-randomized designs, measuring quality of care, and health insurance and financing.

Education, Degrees

B.A., Sarah Lawrence College, 1994
M.P.H., Yale University, 2002
Ph.D., University of Washington, 2012

Awards and Honors
  • Outstanding Researcher in Training Award, Society of Family Planning, 2012

 

DeVoe, Jennifer - MD, DPhil

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Professor
Biography

Dr. DeVoe holds a secondary faculty appointment in the OHSU-PSU School of Public Health as a Professor in the Health Systems Management and Policy programs, primarily Health Systems & Policy. In this role, Professor DeVoe’s work includes collaborating other SPH primary faculty members for research and mentoring or advising SPH students.

Professor DeVoe is the Chair of the OHSU School of Medicine’s Department of Family Medicine where her primary faculty appointment resides, and is Chief Research Officer at OCHIN.

Education, Degrees

B.S., Montana State University, 1993
M.D., Harvard Medical School, 1999
D.Phil, University of Oxford, 2001

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Gelmon, Sherril - MHSc, DrPH

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Professor & Program Director for PhD in Health Systems and Policy Health Management & Policy, Health Systems & Policy, and Preventive Medicine Residency Office PSU – URBN 670N Phone: (503) 725-3044
Biography

Sherril Gelmon is professor of public health and director of the Ph.D. program in Health Systems and Policy at the School of Public Health. She teaches health systems management and policy courses in the M.P.H. and Ph.D. programs, and leads the improvement science curricula for OHSU Family Medicine and Preventive Medicine residents, and for OHSU medical education programs. She directed OHSU’s Foundational Improvement Science Curriculum, a faculty development program for medical and nursing educators.

She was previously coordinator of the three-university Oregon M.P.H. program, coordinator of PSU’s health management programs and chair of PSU’s Division of Public Administration.

Gelmon has conducted multiple research projects on community health improvement, health professions training, and community-university partnerships. Past research projects include evaluation of the implementation of Oregon’s Patient-Centered Primary Care Home program; Partners Investing in Nursing’s Future Initiative; and the Community Engaged Scholarship for Health Collaborative. Gelmon works with community agencies and graduate students to develop evidence of the impact of educational and health improvement interventions.

She is a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives

Education, Degrees

Dip.P.T., University of Saskatchewan, 1976
B.Sc. P.T., University of Toronto, 1978
M.H.Sc., University of Toronto, 1983
Dr.P.H., University of Michigan, 1990

Awards and Honors
  • 2017: Filerman Prize for Educational Leadership, the Association of University Programs in Health Administration
  • 2011: Thomas Ehrlich Civically Engaged Faculty Award, Campus Compact
  • 2011: PSU Alumni Association Distinguished Faculty Achievement Award
  • 2007: PSU Civic Engagement Award for Excellence in Community-Based Teaching and Learning
  • 2005: Annual Service-Learning Research Award, International Association for Research on Service-Learning and Community Engagement
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  • Evaluation of the Implementation of the Patient-Centered Primary Care Home 2014-2016 Model in Oregon, Phase III – Identification of Exemplary Practices. Office of Oregon Health Policy and Research, Oregon Health Authority Role: Principal Investigator
  • Evaluation of the “Partners Investing in Nursing’s Future” Program 2005-2014 Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and Northwest Health Foundation Evaluation of a grant-making program to stimulate local foundations to develop programs to invest in targeted nurse workforce initiatives. Role: Co-Principal Investigator
  • Evaluation of the Implementation of the Patient-Centered Primary Care Home 2013-2014 Model in Oregon, Phase II – Attribute Scoring. Office of Oregon Health Policy and Research, Oregon Health Authority Role: Principal Investigator
  • Evaluation of “Health Information Exchange (HIE) Services in Oregon” 2013-2014 Oregon Health Authority. Role: Principal Investigator for evaluation
  • Evaluation of the Implementation of the Patient-Centered Primary Care Home 2012-2013 Model in Oregon, Phase I – Experiences of Early Implementation. Office of Oregon Health Policy and Research, Oregon Health Authority Role: Principal Investigator
  • Evaluation of the “Training Residents in Prevention and Policy” Project 2010-2013 Oregon Health & Sciences University, funded by the Health Resources and Services Administration. Role: Principal Investigator for evaluation

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  • Evaluation of the “Partners Investing in Nursing’s Future” Program 2005-2014 Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and Northwest Health Foundation Evaluation of a grant-making program to stimulate local foundations to develop programs to invest in targeted nurse workforce initiatives. Role: Co-Principal investigator
  • Evaluation of “Faculty for the Engaged Campus.’” 2007-2010 Fund for the Improvement of Post-Secondary Education and Community-Campus Partnerships for Health Evaluation of a national project to develop faculty and institutional capacity to conduct community-engaged scholarship in health professions education schools. Role: Principal Investigator

Goldberg, Bruce - MD

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Professor Office ORPRN 3030 SW Moody Ave Portland OR 97201 Phone: (503) 975-8932
Biography

Dr. Goldberg holds an affiliate faculty appointment in the OHSU-PSU School of Public Health as a Professor in the Health Systems Management and Policy programs, primarily Health Systems & Policy. In this role, Professor Goldberg’s work includes teaching and serving on dissertation committees.

Dr. Goldberg’s work at OHSU is also in the Center for Health System Effectiveness. He has devoted his career to improving the organization, delivery and financing of health services. He has extensive experience in developing, implementing and managing health programs and state health policy. He has served two Oregon governors, as the director of the Oregon Department of Human Services from November 2005 through February 2011, and as leader of the formation of the Oregon Health Authority from 2009 through 2013.

He led Oregon’s nationally recognized health reforms that transformed the state’s Medicaid system to one based on a model of health and coordinated care. He helped lead efforts to implement the federal Affordable Care Act, and to establish Oregon’s Healthy Kids program, providing health coverage for all children. He also helped lead efforts to improve Oregon’s mental health system and transform delivery of public human services to enhance efficiency and effectiveness.

He has been a member of OHSU for more than 15 years.

Education, Degrees

B.S., Trinity College, 1977
M.D., Mount Sinai School of Medicine, 1982
Residency in Family Medicine, Duke University Medical Center, 1985

Awards and Honors
  • 2016, Civil Rights Champion Award, Oregon League of Minority Voters
  • 2015, Lifetime Achievement Award, Oregon Public Health Institute
  • 2013, Campeon de Salud, Oregon Latino Health Coalition
  • 2011, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Drum Major Award, Vancouver Avenue First Baptist Church
  • 2011, Outstanding Member Award, American Public Human Services Association
  • 2004, Exemplary Leadership Award, Oregon Primary Care Association
  • 2003, Mentorship Award, OHSU Department of Family Medicine
  • 2002, Lifetime Achievement Award, Oregon Public Health Association
  • 2000, Faculty Humanism Award, OHSU School of Medicine
  • 1998-99, Teaching Excellence Award, Basic Science Graduate Program, OHSU School of Medicine
  • 1995, Outstanding Faculty Teacher, OHSU Dept. Family Practice
  • 1994, U.S. Public Health Service Primary Care Policy Fellow
  • 1993, OHSU School of Medicine Excellence in Physical Exam Instruction
  • 1991, U.S. Public Health Service Commendation Award
  • 1988, U.S. Public Health Service Achievement Medal
  • 1982, Mount Sinai Medical Attendings Award – for excellence in clinical medicine
  • 1981, Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society

Goodman, Julia - MPH, PhD

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Assistant Professor & Interim Program Director for MPH in Health Management & Policy Health Management & Policy; Health Systems & Policy Office 670T Urban Center Phone: (503) 725-2225
Biography

Julia Goodman is an assistant professor in the School of Public Health who does research at the intersection of health services research, population health, and work and family policy. Her research explores how social, structural, and economic factors influence perinatal health and explores the impact of work-related policies on fertility decisions and pregnancy outcomes. She is currently collaborating with researchers at the University of California, Berkeley, on a three-year evaluation of San Francisco’s new paid parental leave ordinance.

She also collaborates with colleagues at the School of Public Health to develop a mixed-methods evaluation of new paid parental leave policies at the city of Portland and Multnomah County.

Goodman was also a Women’s Policy Institute Fellow with the Women’s Foundation of California.

Education, Degrees

B.S., McGill University, 2004
M.P.H., University of California, Berkeley, 2008
Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley, 2015

Awards and Honors

2015, Outstanding Graduate Student Instructor Award, UC Berkeley

Notes
  • Robert Wood Johnson Foundation grant, “Evaluating San Francisco’s Paid Parental Leave Ordinance,” 2016-2018, Role: Subaward PI

Graven, Peter - PhD

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Assistant Professor Health Management & Policy; Health Systems & Policy Office OHSU – MDY 200L Phone: (503) 494-7488
Biography

Dr. Graven has an affiliate appointment in the School of Public Health as a Research Assistant Professor in the Health Systems Management and Policy programs, primarily Health Systems & Policy. In this role, Professor Graven’s work includes teaching classes, collaborating on research with SPH primary faculty, and creating field placements for students.

Dr. Graven’s research is funded by the National Institutes of Health, the Patient- Centered Outcomes Research Institute, the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, the Oregon Health Authority and philanthropic entities. His work is published in peer-reviewed and general interest publications. He is the principal investigator leading the Value Analytics team at OHSU, applying advanced analytics to improve the value of care at OHSU.

During the past four years, his group has produced 50 studies in areas such as opportunity discovery, program evaluation and predictive analytics. Work of the Value Analytics team incorporates a range of methodologies to solve operational questions in collaboration with clinical leaders.

Education, Degrees

B.S., University of Wisconsin, 2000
M.S., University of Minnesota, 2012
Ph.D., University of Minnesota, 2014

Notes
  • IHS-1310-08388 (Bill Wright) 8/1/2014-7/31/2017 PCORI Caring for the Whole Person: A Patient-Centered Assessment of Integrated Care Models in Vulnerable Populations Role: Co-Investigator
  • (Bill Hersh) 06/29/2015 – 06/28/2017 Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology 3. OHSU Update and Expansion of the ONC Health IT Curriculum Role: Health Economist

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Kim, Hyunjee - PhD

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Research Assistant Professor
Biography

Dr. Kim has a secondary appointment in the OHSU-PSU School of Public Health as a Research Assistant Professor in the Health Systems Management and Policy programs, primarily Health Systems & Policy. In this role, Professor Kim’s work includes guest lecturing and teaching courses, mentoring and supervising SPH students, graduate research assistant or student work opportunities, offer consultations on specific topics of expertise, collaborate on research with SPH primary faculty and/or students, serve on a dissertation committee, and maintain involvement in selected SPH committees.

Professor Kim is a Research Assistant Professor and has a primary appointment in the Center for Health Systems Effectiveness in the OHSU Department of Medicine.

Education, Degrees

 

B.S., Ewha Woman’s University, South Korea, 2004
M.S., University of Michigan, 2011
Ph.D., University of Michigan, 2013

Koreishi, Safina - MD, MPH

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Assistant Professor
Biography

Dr. Koreishi has an affiliate appointment in the OHSU-PSU School of Public Health as an Assistant Professor in the Health Systems Management and Policy programs, primarily Health Systems & Policy. In this role, Professor Koreishi’s work includes mentoring or advising PhD students in HSP and teaching classes.

Dr. Koreishi also holds an Adjunct Assistant Professor appointment in OHSU Family Medicine. She holds experiences in health care transformation, health systems development, and has spent her career in underserved medicine and medical leadership.

Education, Degrees

M.P.H., Portland State University, 2009
M.D., State University of New York at Buffalo, 2005
B.A., Washington University at St. Louis, 2001

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Lind, Bonnie - PhD

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Research Assistant Professor Health Systems & Policy Office OHSU – MDY 200J Phone: (503) 494-6273
Biography

Dr. Lind has a secondary appointment in the OHSU-PSU School of Public Health as a Research Assistant Professor in the Health Systems Management and Policy programs, primarily Health Systems & Policy. In this role, Professor Lind’s work includes collaborating other faculty members in Health Systems & Policy, mentoring or advising PhD students in HSP, serve as preceptor, and participates in the School at large.

Dr. Lind is a statistician holds a primary faculty appointment at OHSU in the Center for Health Systems Effectiveness. She has provided statistical support to a wide range of research areas throughout her career, starting in cardiovascular epidemiology at the University of Washington, later focusing on insurance coverage for complementary and alternative medicine and nursing workforce issues. Her current research interests are in the areas of opioid use and treatment in Oregon’s Medicaid population and in hospital quality and cost.

Education, Degrees

B.A., University of California at Santa Barbara, 1978
M.S., University of Washington, 1987
Ph.D., University of Washington, 2005

Lindauer, Allison - PhD

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Assistant Professor Health Systems & Policy
Biography

Professor Lindauer has a secondary appointment in the OHSU-PSU School of Public Health as an Assistant Professor in the Health Systems Management and Policy programs, primarily Health Systems & Policy. In this role, Professor Lindauer’s work includes collaborating other faculty members in Health Systems & Policy, mentoring or advising PhD students in HSP, serve as preceptor, and participates in the School at large.

Dr. Lindauer’s areas of research and scholarly interest include dementia, dementia care for underserved (rural), dementia caregivers, African American caregivers for persons with dementia. Professor Lindauer holds a primary appointment in the Department of Neurology in the School of Medicine.

Education, Degrees

B.S., University of San Francisco, 1989
M.S., University of California, San Francisco, 1995
Post-Master’s Certificate, University of California, San Diego, 1996
Post-Master’s Certificate, Oregon Health & Science University, 2007
Ph.D., Oregon Health & Science University, 2014

Lindner, Stephan - PhD

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Research Assistant Professor Health Systems & Policy
Biography

Dr. Lindner has a secondary appointment in the OHSU-PSU School of Public Health as a Research Assistant Professor in the Health Systems Management and Policy programs, primarily Health Systems & Policy. In this role, Professor Lindner’s work includes collaborating other faculty members in Health Systems & Policy, mentoring or advising PhD students in HSP, may serve as preceptor, and participates in the School at large.

Dr. Lindner is also in the OHSU Center for Health Systems Effectiveness and holds a primary appointment in the Department of Emergency Medicine as a Research Assistant Professor. Professor Lindner’s research and scholarly interest include health economics, health insurance, state health policy, practice performance, people with disabilities, and Medicaid.

Education, Degrees

Diploma, Universität zu Köln, Germany, 2004
M.A., University of Michigan, 2006
Ph.D., University of Michigan, 2011

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McCarty, Dennis - MA, PhD

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Professor Emeritus Health Systems & Policy Office OHSU – CSB 678 Phone: (503) 494-1177
Biography

As a Professor Emeritus, Dr. Dennis McCarty works at the intersection of policy, research and practice as he assesses the organization, financing and quality of prevention and treatment services for alcohol and drug disorders. He serves as the director of the Education Core for the Methamphetamine Abuse Research Center and the co-principal investigator for the Western States Node of the National Drug Abuse Treatment Clinical Trials Network. He is also co-investigator for an evaluation of the impacts of Oregon’s Coordinated Care Organizations on prevention and treatment for alcohol and drug use disorders. He also serves on the Oregon Alcohol and Drug Policy Commission.

From 1989 to 1995, McCarty directed the Massachusetts Bureau of Substance Abuse Services for the Massachusetts Department of Public Health.

Education, Degrees

B.A., University of Kentucky, 1971
M.A., University of Kentucky, 1976
Ph.D., University of Kentucky, 1978
Post docoral, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, 1977 – 1980

Awards and Honors
  • 2014, International Award for Excellence in Mentoring, National Institute on Drug Abuse, International Program
  • 2012, Lifetime Achievement Award, Alcohol Tobacco and Other Drug Section, American Public Health Association
  • 2011, Robert Anderson Award for Research, National Association of State Alcohol and Drug Abuse Directors
  • 2007, Fellow, American Psychological Association, Division 28 — Psychopharmacology and Substance Abuse
  • 2005, Distinguished Faculty Award for Outstanding Research, OHSU
Notes
  • Task Order 6 (Chou, Roger)  Aug 16 – May 17 AHRQ Naloxone Guidelines for Emergency Medical Technicians, Role: investigator
  • UG1 DA015815 (McCarty, Dennis & Sorensen, Jim) Jul 2015 – Jun 2020 NIH/NIDA, Western States Node of the National Drug Abuse Treatment Clinical Trials Network, Role: Co-Principal Investigator
  • R33 DA035640 (Rieckmann, Traci) May 2014 – April 2017 NIH/NIDA Oregon’s CCOs integrate care for drug use disorders Role: Investigator
  • R01 MH1000001 (McConnell, K. John & Lindrooth, Richard) 2012 – 2017 NIH/NIMH, Evaluating Coordinated Care Organizations, Role: investigator
  • P50 DA018165 (Janowsky, Aaron) NIH/NIDA, Methamphetamine Abuse Research Center, Role: Director, Education Core
  • R01 DA029716 (McCarty, Dennis) 2011 – 2017, NIH/NIDA, Integrating Addiction Treatment and Medical Care in a Commercial Health Plan, Role: Principal Investigator

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  • R01 DA030431 (Molfenter, Todd), March 2012 – February 2017, NIH/NIDA, A Payer/Treatment Agency Intervention to Increase Use of Buprenorphine, Role: Investigator

McConnell, John - MA, MS, PhD

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Professor Health Management & Policy, Health Systems and Policy Office South Waterfront – MDY 200 Phone: (530) 494-1989
Biography

John McConnell is a health economist and director of the Center for Health Systems Effectiveness at OHSU. His research has focused on emergency and trauma care, organizational management, behavioral health and state health policy. A focus of his current work is understanding the effectiveness of reform of the Medicaid payment and delivery system, with Oregon serving as a leading example. His research has been funded by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, the National Institutes of Health and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, among others.

As director of the Center for Health Systems Effectiveness, McConnell leads a team focused on developing evidence to improve the value of the health care system. Faculty and staff at the center collaborate with more than 30 faculty across more than a dozen departments in the OHSU School of Medicine, the OHSU-PSU School of Public Health and the Portland VA medical system.

Education, Degrees

Ph.D., Stanford University, 2001
M.S., Stanford University, 1997
M.A., University of Washington, 1993
B.A., Stanford University, 1990

Notes
  • National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities 1R01MD011212 Assessing the Potential for a State Medicaid Reform Model to Reduce Disparities PI: K. John McConnell Dates: 8/9/2016– 4/30/2020
  • National Institute of Mental Health  1R01MH1000001 Evaluating Coordinated Care Organizations PIs: K. John McConnell/Richard C. Lindrooth Dates: 9/7/2012– 7/31/2016
  • Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality  1R01HS018466 Management Practices in U.S. Hospitals PI: K. John McConnell Dates: 9/30/2009– 3/31/2013
  • National Institute on Drug Abuse 1R01DA024024 Oregon’s Parity Law: Comprehensive Parity in Today’s Healthcare Environment PI: K. John McConnell Dates: 9/28/2007– 8/31/2010

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Rissi, Jill - MPA, PhD

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Associate Professor and Associate Dean for Academic Affairs Health Management & Policy, Health Systems & Policy Office PSU – URBN 670R OHSU – GH 230 Phone: 503-725-8217 (PSU) or 503-494-9330 (OHSU)
Biography
Education, Degrees

B.S./B.S.N., Arizona State University, 1982-86
M.P.A., Arizona State University, 1990
Ph.D., Arizona State University, 2008

Notes
  • Evaluation of the PEBB Health Engagement Model:  July 2012 – June 2016
  • Evaluation of the Oregon Patient-Centered Primary Care Home Model: July 2012 – August 2015
  • Evaluation of Coordinated Care Organizations in Oregon:  July 2012 – June 2014
  • Accountable/Coordinated Care Organization Case Study:  July 2012 – December 2014

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Savitz, Lucy - PhD, MBA

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Affiliated Professor Health Systems & Policy
Biography

Dr. Savitz has a primary appointment in the OHSU-PSU School of Public Health as an Affiliated Professor in the Health Systems Management and Policy programs, primarily Health Systems & Policy. In this role, Professor Savitz’s work includes collaborating other faculty members in Health Systems & Policy, mentoring or advising PhD students in HSP, serve as preceptor, and participates in the School at large.

Lucy Savitz, Ph.D., MBA has over 30 years of experience in health care delivery and health services research. Currently, Dr. Savitz serves as Vice President for Health Research for Kaiser Permanente (IP) Northwest Region and Director for the KP Center for Health Research in Oregon and Hawaii. Most recently, she was Assistant Vice President for Delivery System Science in the Intermountain Healthcare Institute for Healthcare Delivery Research where she was responsible for facilitating mission critical health services research and enhancing the scientific stature of clinical investigators.

Education, Degrees

B.S.B.A., University of Denver
M.B.A., University of Denver
Ph.D., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

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Wyse, Jessica - PhD

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Affiliated Research Assistant Professor Health Systems & Policy
Biography

Dr. Wyse has a primary appointment in the OHSU-PSU School of Public Health as an Affiliated Research Assistant Professor in the Health Systems Management and Policy programs, primarily Health Systems & Policy. In this role, Professor Wyse’s work includes collaborating other faculty members in Health Systems & Policy, mentoring or advising PhD students in HSP, serve as preceptor, and participates in the School at large.

Dr. Wyse is a post-doctoral fellow in Health Services Research & Development at the VA Portland Health Care System. She is a native Oregonian and thrilled to be back in the Northwest. Her research has long focused on vulnerable populations, particularly those involved in the criminal justice system. The high burden of substance use disorders and associated health problems experienced by those justice-involved encouraged her to pursue further training in health services research and implementation science, with the ultimate goal of enhancing access to, and delivery of, evidence-based treatments for substance use disorders. She is interested both in the system-level changes needed to promote effective care delivery and access, as well as patients’ experiences of this care—knowledge that can be leveraged to better engage and retain patients in treatment, and ultimately enhance public health more broadly.

Education, Degrees

B.A., American Studies, Wesleyan University, 2000
M.P.P., Public Policy, University of Michigan, 2005
M.A., Sociology, University of Michigan, 2009
Ph.D., Sociology and Public Policy, University of Michigan, 2011

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Zhu, Jane - MD, MPP, MSc

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Assistant Professor
Biography

Dr. Zhu has a secondary appointment in the OHSU-PSU School of Public Health as an Assistant Professor in the Health Systems Management and Policy programs, primarily Health Systems & Policy. In this role, Professor Zhu’s work includes collaborating on research with SPH primary faculty members, mentoring and supervising students, and participates in the School at large. Professor Zhu’s primary faculty appointment is in the OHSU School of Medicine.

Education, Degrees
BSc, Duke University, 2007
MD, Harvard Medical School, 2013
MPP, Harvard Kennedy School of Government, 2013
MSc, University of Pennsylvania, 2018

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