Learn about the teams and managment within the IHR.
Marsha Raebel, PharmD, BCPS, FCCP
Dr. Raebel's research is in patient safety and pharmacoepidemiology, specifically focusing on reducing medication and laboratory monitoring errors in the outpatient setting and on adverse drug event surveillance.
Arne Beck, PhD
His areas of research include mental health services, geriatrics, and advancements in health care innovation.
Cheryl Kelly, PhD, MPH, MA
Dr. Kelly's history includes program and policy evaluation as well as reviewing environmental access to healthy behaviors. Her passion is to work towards closing the gap between research and practice in public health.
Andrea Burnett-Hartman, PhD
Dr. Burnett-Hartman's research focuses on understanding factors associated with colorectal cancer, precursor lesions, and colorectal cancer screening.
Ingrid Binswanger, MD, MPH
Dr. Binswanger’s research focuses on how to reduce the medical complications of substance use, such as overdose and HIV. Her research team is working to develop innovative and patient-centered ways to prevent adverse events from opioid use. She also conducts research to reduce the morbidity and mortality of people who have criminal justice involvement.
Matthew F. Daley, MD
His research interests are pediatric health services and outcomes research, in particular in the areas of immunization delivery, immunization safety, pediatric hypertension, and ADHD.
Debra P. Ritzwoller, PhD
Much of her research focuses on the economic burden of chronic diseases, including cancer and diabetes.
Elizabeth A. Bayliss, MD, MSPH
Her research interests include investigating processes of care for persons with multiple chronic medical conditions as well as methods of measuring morbidity.
Emily B. Schroeder, MD, PhD
Her research interests include diabetes surveillance, micro- and macro-vascular complications of diabetes, and epidemiologic methods.
Heather S. Feigelson, PhD
Her interests include cancer survivorship and lifestyle factors such as use of hormone therapy on risk of cancer.
Jason Glanz, PhD
Dr. Glanz leads research efforts to develop risk communication tools to reduce parental vaccination concerns.
John Steiner, MD, MPH
His research interests include access to care, health disparities, prevention of cardiovascular disease and treatment adherence.
Ted E. Palen, PhD, MD, MSPH
He is interested in clinical informatics with an emphasis on understanding the flow of data from the point-of-care to its collection and use in research, chronic disease management, and quality of patient care.
Stan Xu, PhD
His research areas include longitudinal data analysis, count data analysis, missing data and survival analysis.