Jami Anderson, PhD, MSc, MBS

Jami’s research focuses on rapid-cycle implementation research methods to support underserved populations impacted by cancer. She is particularly interested in using innovative and user-centered approaches to increase the reach and sustainability of efficacious web-based cancer prevention and control interventions for populations in rural and remote areas. In addition, Jami is a strong advocate for the development of interdisciplinary and multilevel learning health systems designed to systematically incorporate research, clinical practice, and informatics into evidence-based care continuums. She has a PhD in Health Services Administration – Research from the University of Alabama at Birmingham where her dissertation work focused on the development and implementation of a user-centered mixed methods process evaluation of a web-based diet and exercise program for older cancer survivors.