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Science of Health Care Delivery Faculty and Research

Our research focuses on developing a broad view and deeper understanding of current and future challenges connected to delivering health care. Six scientific disciplines constitute the research conducted by faculty and students: health economics and policy, health care management, population health, systems engineering, informatics and leadership. All research is supported by the commitment from the College of Health Solutions to improve health outcomes.


Gregory Mayer
Professor of Practice (FSC)

Mayer's research interests include hospice and palliative care and chronic disease management.

Mac McCullough
Asst Professor

McCullough's research involves quantifying investments in public health and social services and assessing how these investments are put to use in order to improve population health.

Mary McMullen

In addition to teaching at ASU, McMullen also works as an on-call clinical dietitian.

Katie Pine
Asst Professor

Pine's work (both research and teaching) lies at the nexus of human centered computing and organization science and focuses on the implications of IT implementation and datafication of health and health care.

Swapna Reddy
Clinical Asst Professor (FSC)

Reddy’s primary research interests are how law and policy can be utilized as tools to improve population health outcomes, reduce health disparities and inequities.

William Riley

Riley is a leading authority in health care finance. He is also a national and international expert in quality improvement methods, techniques, and implementation.

Leslie Rowans

Rowans has more than 27-years experience in the healthcare industry.

David Sklar
Senior Advisor & Professor

Dr. Sklar does research in health services and health professions education. He is senior advisor to the university provost in health policy and health professions education.

Dongwen Wang

Wang's research focuses on modeling and representation of biomedical knowledge in computer-interpretable format and delivery of technology-mediated behavioral interventions in health care processes and patient outcome