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Negin Fouladi

Associate Clinical Professor, Health Policy and Management

Dr. Negin Fouladi serves as program director and academic and career development advisor of online programs (MPH-Practice and Policy, MHA, Certificate-Principles of Public health) in the Department of Health Policy and Management (HPM). She teaches graduate and undergraduate courses on health systems, public health research methods, health care strategic planning & marketing, global health and health policy and mentors internship and capstones of HPM online programs. She has expertise in Translational Science focused on T3/T4 translation to practice and policy.

Contact

fouladi@umd.edu

SPH | Room 2320

(301) 405-6122

Areas of Interest

Translational Science; Knowledge Translation and Exchange (KTE); Value-Based Health Care; Comparative Health systems; Evidence-Based Decision-Making

Dr. Negin Fouladi serves as director of online programs (MPH-Practice and Policy, MHA, Certificate-Principles of Public health) in the Department of Health Policy and Management (HPM). She teaches graduate courses on health systems, public health research methods and health care strategic planning & marketing and undergraduate courses on global health and health policy. Dr. Fouladi also serves as an academic and career development advisor to online HPM students and mentors internship and capstones of the online programs.

Dr. Fouladi has expertise in Translational Science and has conducted US and International research assessing the performance and quality of systems through multiple initiatives. As an evaluator of the US Clinical Translational Science Awards (CTSA) Program and Houston Center for Clinical and Translational Sciences (CCTS), she has worked with national and regional evaluator groups to identify, develop, pilot and implement national core Common Metrics to assess quality and performance of the CTSA and impact of research on population health.

Dr. Fouladi’s research focuses on comparative health systems, evidence-informed policymaking and knowledge translation (KT). Her recent work includes evaluating information needs of decision-makers and management approaches in hospital systems of Maryland and the nation of Denmark transitioning to value and population-based care and is currently developing an international virtual Health Research & Exchange collaboration tool (HREx) with the global Universitas21 network emphasizing diversity, inclusivity and culturally sensitive mentorship and professional development of doctoral students and early career researchers in health services, policy and management. HREx will be available as part of the 'U21Community Learning Network' in 2021 for all member institutions. 

PhD, Health Policy

University of Texas School of Public Health- Health Science Center at Houston

MPH, Health Services Organizations

University of Texas School of Public Health- Health Science Center at Houston

MS, Biological Sciences

University of Houston- Clear Lake

HLSA 601 Introduction to Health Systems

HLSA 772 Public Health Research Methods

HLSA 740 Healthcare Strategic Planning and Marketing

HLSA 785/778 Internship in Public Health

HLSA 786 Capstone in Public Health

HLSA 300 Introduction to Health Policy and Services

MIEH 400 Introduction to Global Health

Outstanding Director of Graduate Studies Award, University of Maryland Graduate School, 2019

Delta Omega Honorary Society, University of Maryland School of Public Health, 2019

Doris Sands Excellence in Teaching Award, University of Maryland School of Public Health, 2018