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Biomedical informatics, research informatics, epidemiology, health disparities, access to care, health-related quality of life, HIV/AIDS, cancer, patient-centered outcomes, performance improvement, geospatial and geographic information systems (GIS), women's health.
Clinical informatics, data mining
Denise D. Krause, Ph.D., associate professor at the University of Mississippi Medical Center, completed her doctoral studies in preventive medicine at UMMC with an emphasis in epidemiology. Prior to this, she also earned Master's degrees in preventive medicine, international policy studies, and Russian language. She has served as an IT director at UMMC for over 15 years, building needed IT infrastructure and implementing new technologies in academic and research computing, establishing an enterprise data warehouse for the academic health sciences center, and implementing data management services to support research and biomedical informatics initiatives. Dr. Krause is an epidemiologist who conducts research relating to biomedical informatics, health disparities, access to care, HIV/AIDS, GIS, technology implementations, and patient-centered outcomes. She teaches in a research methods course.
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