Miriam Kuppermann, PhD, MPH
- Vice Chair, Clinical and Translational Research
- Director, Program for Clinical Perinatal and Comparative Effectiveness Research (PCPCER)
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|Mailing Address:||3333 California St., Ste. 335, Box 0856
San Francisco, CA 94143-0856
Patient preferences, informed decision making, multimedia decision aids, preference-flexible guidelines, outcomes research, health-related quality of life and sexual function, cost-effectiveness analysis, diverse populations and health disparities in the context of obstetrics (prenatal genetic testing, mode of delivery, inter-pregnancy interval), and gynecology (management of non-cancerous uterine conditions (including hysterectomy and oopherectomy decision making), cervical cancer screening).
|Year||Institution & Location||Degree||Field of Study|
|1979||University of California, Berkeley||B.A.||Biochemistry|
|1983||University of Southern California||Ph.D.||Molecular Biology|
|1985||Harvard University, Boston||M.P.H.||Health Policy and Management|
Achievements & Recognition
|1974||Provost's Honor List, University of California, San Diego|
|1984||Tuition Award, Harvard School of Public Health|
|1998, 2003||Senior author, first place, Lee Lusted Student Prize Award, Society for Medical Decision Making (awarded to Ryan Harris, MD, in 1998 and to Aaron Caughey, MD, in 2003)|
|2005||Tm Bioscience/American College of Medical Genetics Foundation Award “Promoting Safe and Effective Genetic Testing and Services”|