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  • Nancy Perrin

    Nancy Perrin

    Nancy Perrin’s areas of expertise include longitudinal study design and analysis, clustered data, psychometrics, and handling messy data that comes along with doing research in real-world settings. Dr. Perrin is a methodologist and biostatistician with extensive experience in study design and analysis. She has been co-investigator on over 30 federally funded studies in healthcare, community,…

  • Eric Slade

    Eric Slade

    Eric Slade is a health economist with expertise in public insurance programs, serious mental illness, preventive interventions, and advanced econometric methods for causal inference. His research uses surveys and large administrative datasets to assess how health care financing systems and policies influence service use, costs, and health outcomes. Dr. Slade has received research funding from…

  • Natalie G. Regier

    Natalie G. Regier

    Natalie G. Regier is a clinical psychologist with a geriatrics specialty focused on improving the care and well-being of persons living with dementia and that of their caregivers. A primary arm of this work involves developing and evaluating nonpharmacological interventions for behaviors (neuropsychiatric symptoms) associated with dementia. Dr. Regier is currently funded through a grant…

  • Katherine A. Marx

    Katherine A. Marx

    Katherine A. Marx works to develop sustainable, nonpharmalogical interventions for dementia sufferers and their caregivers for the Center for Innovative Care in Aging. Her research includes tailoring specific activities that can reduce depression and agitation and address behavioral issues in patients.

  • Patricia M. Davidson

    Patricia M. Davidson

    Former Dean and Professor Patricia Davidson has been a registered nurse since 1980 and has clinical, teaching, and practice expertise in cardiovascular science and the care of vulnerable populations. Across her career, she has been committed to developing innovative models of person-centered care delivery and evidence-based teaching. Dr. Davidson served as secretary general of the…

  • Deborah Baker

    Deborah Baker

    Deborah Baker, DNP, ACNP, NEA-BC, is associate dean for health systems partnership and innovation, a position created to utilize her unique nursing skill set, leadership experience, clinical and research focus, and embrace of interprofessional education and cooperation. Dr. Baker is also senior vice president for nursing for the Johns Hopkins Health System and vice president…

  • Martha Abshire Saylor

    Martha Abshire Saylor

    Martha Abshire Saylor is an assistant professor on the research/education track at the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing. Her clinical experience in cardiac and critical care has been the foundation of her teaching, and she earned the 2020 Teaching Excellence Award from the Johns Hopkins Nursing Alumni Association. Her research interests include an emphasis on…