Edward O'Neil

Edward O'Neil is a Professor in the Departments of Family and Community Medicine, Preventive and Restorative Dental Sciences and Social and Behavioral Sciences at the University of California, San Francisco. Dr. O’Neil has presented this unique leadership skills development curriculum for scientists at the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Genentech, and the NIH. He also serves as the Director of the Center for the Health Professions, a research, advocacy and training institute created...



Robert newcomer

Robert J. Newcomer, Ph.D., Professor of Sociology, Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences, UCSF. Dr. Newcomer is a Co-PI and Director of Workforce Research Projects for the PAS Center. His initial work was in the design and planning of health and LTC programs. He's been principal or co-PI of over 30 grants and contracts related to LTC and was Co-PI and Director of Training for the NIDRR-funded UCSF Disability Statistics Training Center (1998-2003), studying housing and congregate...



Frances Brodsky

In 1972 Brodsky entered Radcliffe where she majored in Biochemical Sciences. At Harvard Brodsky designed her own curriculum, combining science with her other intellectual passion, comparative language and literature. Brodsky's interest in immunology led her to work in the laboratory of Paul Gottlieb at MIT for her undergraduate thesis. Following college, Brodsky went to England on a Marshall scholarship for graduate study at Oxford. Of the two institutions, Brodsky observes, "Harvard...



Joseph Mullan

Joseph T. Mullan, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences, UCSF. Dr. Mullan studies the needs of caregivers and care receivers in the longitudinal study. Dr. Mullan has methodological expertise in the organization and conduct of complex multi-wave studies; the study of change in individuals under stress; and the development and testing of multivariate models using longitudinal data. He has been involved in studies of the experiences of consumers using PAS;...



Wendy Max

Wendy B. Max is a professor of Health Economics and the co-director of the Institute for Health & Aging in the School of Nursing at the University of California at San Francisco. Her focus is on the cost of illness and she has done important work on the cost of smoking-related illness. A native of Summit, New Jersey, Wendy was an undergraduate at Stanford University. She went on to earn her Ph.D. in economics at the University of Colorado at Boulder. She currently lives in Palo Alto,...



Judy Holland

She is a Family Nurse Practitioner and Assistant Dean at UCSF School of Nursing. Her research interests include health disparities, currently with a specific focus on asthma and asthma care, perceptions of health services by persons of color, patient-focused healthcare decision-making, patient-provider relationships, and access to health care for marginalized populations. Related areas of interest include: culturally sensitive nursing practice, nursing workforce issues and health care policy....



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