Dr. Boyd’s research focuses on developing interventions for families with maternal depression, screening and facilitating access to behavioral health treatment for perinatal women and understanding developmental psychopathology of at-risk youth.
Dr. Dowshen’s research focuses on using youth-friendly technology to improve adherence to antiretroviral therapy and improve health outcomes for adolescents living with HIV/AIDS. She is also interested more broadly in research around issues of STD and HIV prevention and treatment.
Dr. Feemster's research focuses on understanding how environmental factors, social networks, and community systems affect the epidemiology of infectious diseases and evaluating policies related to the prevention of pediatric infectious diseases, specifically vaccine policies.
Dr. Fieldston's research focuses on issues of workload, workforce, and quality of care, including investigations and operations work on patient flow, resource utilization, healthcare finance, social determinants of workload, readmissions, and process improvement. The broad theme of his work is evidence-based management.
Dr. Fiks' research focuses on using health information technology to improve healthcare outcomes for children, using strategies such as clinical decision support, telephony, and social media. He is also interested in how technology can foster shared decision-making between clinicians and families.
Dr. Gerdes’ many interests include neurodevelopmental outcome of infants with preterm birth and congenital abnormalities, developmental and behavioral screening, and parenting support for depressed caregivers.
Ms. Glaser has more than two decades of health law and policy experience and is known for her expertise across public health insurance programs with a particular focus on the intersection of these programs, such as Medicaid and the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) or Medicaid and Medicare.
Dr. Guevara has diverse research initiatives, ranging from medical expenditures and health disparities among children with chronic health conditions, developmental screening in urban primary care settings, and, parenting interventions for women with postpartum depression.