Trainees and Junior Faculty

  • Melissa Davis

    Assistant Professor of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging; Co-Clinical Lead, Center for Outcomes Research & Evaluation, Emergency Radiology; Program Director, Leadership in Healthcare Fellowship, Emergency Radiology

    Dr. Davis an assistant professor in the Department of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging, Emergency Radiology section. She completed her BA in Chemistry and Psychology at Wellesley College in Wellesley, MA. In 2009 she received her medical degree from the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston, SC. Subsequently she completed a Diagnostic Radiology residency and a Neuroradiology fellowship at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill, NC. Dr. Davis obtained her MBA in 2017 from Yale University with a focus in healthcare management.

    Dr. Davis' academic areas of interest include organizational change and innovation within the healthcare space.

  • Medical Student

    Dave is a Yale Medical student currently taking a research year to complete a Masters in Health Sciences program and work on clinical research projects including CHIRAL. He grew up in Wayland MA, graduated Yale College in 2012 with a major in molecular biophysics and biochemistry, and enjoys cooking, running, and watching football in his free time.
  • Karl E. Minges

    Associate Research Scientist in Medicine (Cardiology)

    Karl E. Minges, PhD, MPH is an Associate Research Scientist for the American College of Cardiology Data Analytic Center and the Quality Measurement Group at the Yale/YNHH Center for Outcomes Research and Evaluation (CORE). He most recently earned his PhD at Yale University, where he was a National Institutes of Health (NIH) fellow whose research focused on improving the health of vulnerable patient populations. Previously, Dr. Minges completed his master of public health (MPH) degree at Columbia University where his studies focused on sociomedical sciences and aging and public health. He was also the recipient of a Fulbright Scholarship to Australia where he conducted research on a diabetes health promotion program.

    Dr. Minges’ research interests focus on improving health systems through clinical decision-making, quality improvement, and evaluation of healthcare interventions in the lens of cardiovascular diseases and procedures, diabetes, and obesity prevention and management. He has expertise in quantitative and qualitative methodology, as well as extensive experience in the conduct of mixed methods studies, systematic reviews, program and policy development and evaluation, working in multi-disciplinary teams, and collaborating with individuals from government, the private-sector, and academic institutions.

    He is the recipient of numerous early career awards, including those from the American Heart Association, Society of Behavioral Medicine, and the Anthony DiGuida Dissertation Prize (Yale University) for “demonstrating creative conceptualization of a complex clinical problem for study, methodologic and analytic excellence, and superb writing”. Dr. Minges is an author of nearly two-dozen peer-reviewed publications in the fields of behavioral medicine, public health, and health services research.

  • Gregory Ouellet

    Assistant Professor

    Gregory Ouellet, MD graduated from Brown University in Providence, RI with a degree in biology and then attended medical school at the University of Rochester. He completed his residency in internal medicine at Yale and continued at Yale as a fellow in geriatrics. Dr. Ouellet is interested in the role of multiple chronic conditions and their treatments on the outcomes that matter to older adults.