Professor, HAPFarrokh Alemi was trained as an operations researcher and industrial engineer and has worked in both academia and health industry. He has more than 105 peer reviewed publications in journals such as Health Services Research, Medical Care, and Palliative Medicine.
Associate Professor, HAPDr. Priyanka Anand is an associate professor in the Department of Health Administration and Policy at George Mason University. Her research interests include health economics, disability policy, labor economics, and social insurance programs.
Assistant Professor, HAPSanja Avramovic is an assistant professor in the Department of Health Administration and Policy at George Mason University. Her research focus is on big data sets available through electronic health records; health informatics; and developing an efficient and scalable algorithm for variable selection and predictions.
Assistant Professor, HAPDr. Lee Black is an assistant professor in the Department of Health Administration, College of Health and Human Services. His research interests are the intersection of law and ethics in health care, and especially the impact of legal regulation of abortion on the ethical responsibilities of healthcare providers.
Assistant Professor, HAPVirginia Sitar Blair, Assistant Professor, teaches in the undergraduate program. Dr. Blair is a seasoned health care professional with over 45 years of healthcare experience in hospital administration which include senior level executive management in clinical quality improvement at Novant Health Prince William Medical Center and Potomac Hospital.
Term Assistant Professor, HAPMr. Brown is a financial and accounting executive with 35+ years experience with two premier diversified health care systems, each offering a full array of health services. He has served as an adjunct faculty member for over 20 years at George Mason University.
Associate Professor, HAPDr. Cantiello, Associate Professor of Health Administration and Policy, teaches and advises students in the Health Administration undergraduate program. His research interests include health insurance coverage, access to and coordination of health services, and underserved populations. He is co-editor of the contributed textbook, Managing Integrated Health Systems. The chapters in this textbook provide managers engaged in and studying healthcare administration the understanding and the knowledge required to succeed in their profession.
Professor, HAPDr. Cuellar, Professor of Health Administration and Policy, has extensive research experience in health care systems, Medicaid, mental health, and justice involved populations. A health policy researcher, her contributions include work on evaluating new organizational forms, such as hospital systems and physician alliances and their effects.
Associate Professor, HAPDr. Gimm, associate professor of health administration and policy, has research experience in disability and aging, program evaluations, and health care payment reforms. Currently, Dr. Gimm serves as a co-investigator on a grant from the National Institute on Disability, Independent Living, and Rehabilitation Research (NIDILRR) to study rural-urban disparities in access to care among adults with disabilities. He is also a co-investigator on a CDC grant to evaluate sustainable financing models that seek to support community health workers and build community resilience in Virginia.
Associate Professor, HAPDr. Goldberg is an Associate Professor at George Mason University in the Department of Health Administration and Policy. She is a mixed methods researcher with an emphasis on survey and qualitative research methodologies. Her research focuses on primary care practice transformation, patient experience, and care for the underserved.