General

The primary mission of the Department of Population Health Sciences is to conduct research and evaluations related to key healthcare policy and delivery topics, developing and spreading critical evidence to improve the health of populations. Our faculty members have substantial research strengths across various areas, including healthcare policy and economics, data analytics and informatics, epidemiology, and health outcomes. Their innovative, quantitative, and qualitative research addresses the effectiveness, cost-effectiveness, and comparative effectiveness of various healthcare interventions and delivery models.

Current Research Highlights

Former EVP at CVS Shares Leadership Experience in the Health Care Industry

June 25, 2024

Violetta Ostafin’s appreciation for health care began to take shape early in her life. Raised in Brooklyn by Polish parents, she grew up surrounded by first-generation immigrants. Navigating health care...

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Former CEO and Co-Founder of Iora Health Shares Insights on Transforming Healthcare

December 19, 2023

When Dr. Rushika Fernandopulle began medical school, he wanted to become a physician who would not only address a patient’s present concerns, but also maintain...

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