Research & Publications
Rachel Dreyer, PhD is an Assistant Professor in the section of Policy and Public Health and the Division of Informatics in Emergency Medicine at Yale University. Her background is in epidemiology and clinical research, with particular expertise in disparities related to women and cardiovascular disease. She obtained a PhD from the University of Adelaide in 2013. Upon attainment of her PhD, she joined the Center for Outcomes Research and Evaluation (CORE) at Yale University as a Postdoctoral Fellow and later as an Associate Research Scientist in 2016, primarily conducting health services and cardiovascular outcomes research. Her work has been supported by the American Australian Association and the Sidney Sax – Overseas Public Health and Health Services Fellowship from the Australian Health and Medical Research Council. Her research interests bridge implementation science, health disparities, clinical informatics, health IT and humanistic medicine. More specifically, she is interested in the development of patient-centered health IT interventions to improve recovery for patients with cardiovascular disease.
Education & Training
- PhDUniversity of Adelaide (Australia) (2013)
- BS (Hon)University of Adelaide (Australia) (2007)