Michelle I. Silver, PhD, ScM

Assistant Professor, Department of Surgery, School of Medicine
Keywords:
administrative data, cancer, chronic disease, dissemination & implementation research, epidemiology, evidence-based practice, health services research, human papillomavirus, infectious disease, prevention, screening, vaccination

Dr. Silver is an epidemiologist and health services researcher. Her research interests center around applied/translational epidemiology, and how to best use the results of epidemiologic studies to make and implement evidence-based decisions in cancer screening and prevention.  Her research examines patient-, provider-, and system-level factors that influence the effective translation of evidence-based practices, especially screening recommendations, into routine clinical care.  A large focus of her work is on screening and prevention of the human papillomavirus (HPV) and cervical cancer.