Category: Principal Investigator

Kristin Reiter, PhD

Kristin Reiter, PhD is an associate professor in Health Policy and Management at the UNC-CH Gillings School of Global Public Health. Dr. Reiter holds a Masters of Applied Economics and a PhD in Health Services Organization and Policy, Finance Cognate, both from the University of Michigan. Her research focuses on healthcare financial management, healthcare accounting… Read more »

Julia L. DeClerque, DrPH, MPH

EDUCATION  1987                       Doctor of Public Health.  University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, School of Public Health.  Department of Maternal Child Health.  Dissertation: “The Role of Mothers’ Knowledge and Beliefs Influencing Behaviors Associated with Infant Diarrhea: A Study of the Determinants of Personal Hygiene and Sanitation Behaviors Among A Sample of Philippine Mothers in Cebu City, 1985.”… Read more »

Kathleen Thomas, PhD

Kathleen Thomas is a behavioral economist conducting research to enrich the knowledge-base for ways to improve access to care for underserved populations with mental health needs, ranging from minority populations, to disability policy and childhood autism. She is deeply engaged in understanding how people live – what motivates them to be transactional around the most… Read more »