Our Graduates and Former Fellows

M.S. in Medical Sciences, Health Outcomes and Policy

Andrew Galligan, M.D., M.S. (2015)
Post-Graduate Position: Assistant Professor, Pediatrics
Institute: University of South Florida
Thesis: Impact of Social Networks on Psychological and Health-Related Quality of Life Outcomes in Young Adult Survivors of Childhood Cancer

Steve Newell, Ph.D., M.S. (2015)
Post-Graduate Position: James Marshall Public Policy Fellow
Institute: Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues
Thesis: Patient Activation and Health Care Expenditures of Medicaid Recipients with Comorbid Chronic Conditions

Leandra Stubbs, M.S. (2015)
Post-Graduate Position: Scientific Program Analyst
Institute: National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH)
Thesis: Risk Factors Associated with Unmet Service Need among HIV-Positive Individuals in the Medical Monitoring Project

Jeremy Archer, M.D., M.S. (2012)
Post-Graduate Position: Pediatric Cardiologist
Institute: Billings Clinic, Billings, MT
Thesis: Potential Cost Benefit from Early Detection of Critical Congenital Heart Disease

Institute for Child Health Policy Pre-Doctoral Fellows

Zheng Li, Ph.D. in Epidemiology (2014)
Dissertation: Health Outcomes and Pediatric Asthma: A Longitudinal Study

Chris Delcher, Ph.D. in Epidemiology (2014)
Post-Graduate Position:
Adjunct Research Assistant Professor
University of Florida College of Medicine
Monitoring Opioid Abuse and Doctor Shopping: An Epidemiologic Perspective in Person, Place, and Time

Kelly Kenzik, Ph.D. in Epidemiology (2013)
Post-Graduate Position: Post-Doctoral Fellow
Institute: Center for Outcomes and Effectiveness Research at the University of Alabama Birmingham
Dissertation: Patient-Reported Outcomes in Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplant Survivors

Doug Livingston, Ph.D. in Epidemiology (2013)
Post-Graduate Position: Research Scientist, Department of Health Outcomes and Policy
Institute: University of Florida College of Medicine
Dissertation: Assessment of Adolescent Alcohol Use: Estimating and Adjusting for Measurement Bias

Jenn Reingle, Ph.D. in Epidemiology (2011)
Post-Graduate Position: Assistant Professor, Epidemiology, Human Genetics & Environmental Sciences
Institute: University of Texas School of Public Health
Dissertation: Risk Factors for Violence among Early Adolescents: Explaining Gender and Racial/Ethnic Disparities in Trajectories of Violent Delinquency