SLUCOR Faculty and Doctoral Trainees
The faculty members at the Saint Louis Univer sity Center for Outcomes Research are nationally recognized for their scholarly research, teaching expertise, leadership and student mentorship. They come from a wide range of disciplines, bringing multiple perspectives and knowledge to their research and teaching. All faculty members are actively involved in both. The majority also serve as consultants to non-profit and for-profit organizations and corporations. Faculty lead research and
This combination of academic expertise and real-world experience strengthens the relevance of our research. It also enables faculty to integrate theory, research and practice into the classroom to ensure that students receive an education they can use in their daily lives.
Primary and Secondary Faculty
SLUCOR Doctoral Trainees: Future leaders in research, education and policy
The PhD in Public Health Studies--Health Outcomes Research/Health Services Research Concentration offered through the Saint Louis University College for Public Health and Social Justice prepares exceptional students to become independent researchers who will advance our scientific understanding of key clinical and health service issues. The program is highly selective and accepts only a small group of students each year.
Students entering the program already possess graduate degrees in disciplines such as medicine, epidemiology, biostatistics, economics, informatics or the basic sciences. The program operates in an apprenticeship model, with students working closely with faculty on research beginning their first semester in the program.
In addition to their research training, students receive rigorous training in outcomes measurement, research methods, biostatistics, epidemiology, and medical economics as well as public policy and clinical medicine.
Our current students are leading research in a diverse set of areas, including research involving the effectiveness of pharmacotherapies for diabetes and cardiovascular disease, the development of new algorithms for analysis of national registries, and the impact of current organ allocation policies on transplant outcomes.
Eric Adjei, MHA
Jiajing Chen, MPH
Brian Waterman, MPH