School of Medicine



Johnie Rose, MD, PhD
Academic Rank: Assistant Professor
Degree; School and Date: PhD, Health Services Research & Policy, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH, 2010
MD, University of Tennessee College of Medicine, 2003
Residency and Dates: University Hospitals Case Medical Center, Internal Medicine, 2003 - 2004
Board Certification: Diplomat - American Board of Preventive Medicine in General Preventive Medicine & Public Health
Interests: Complex systems modeling, cancer control, economic analysis, health policy, global health, health informatics
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Johnie Rose, MD, PhD is a Preventive Medicine physician and health services researcher specializing in the modeling of complex systems involving populations. He serves as Senior Instructor in the Department of Family Medicine and Associate Preventive Medicine Residency Program Director at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine. His research and methodologic work have involved modeling the population impact of vaccination programs in the developing world, as well as modeling recurrence and post-resection surveillance in colorectal cancer. In addition, he is engaged with the NIH-funded Network on Inequalities, Complexity, and Health in developing agent based models of health care seeking and delivery.

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