People to watch: Dr. Jennifer DeVoe

April 9, 2015

Analyzing populations to improve health care for individuals 

Jennifer DeVoe, M.D. R ’04, MCR ’10, D.Phil., is an associate professor of family medicine in the OHSU School of Medicine.

Her team of researchers studies the health of communities and disparities in health care. Their research is particularly interested in access to insurance and the effects of practice and policy interventions on vulnerable populations, including children and families.

In this video, learn about her research, her thoughts on the role of science in health care delivery and more.

For further information, go to the DeVoe Lab website.

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