Dr. Anne Gaglioti is a practicing family physician and is an Associate Professor in the Center for Community Health Integration at Case Western Reserve University and The Population Health Research Institute at MetroHealth Medical Center. She is also an Associate Professor of Family Medicine and serves as a Strategic Advisor for Research at the National Center for Primary Care at Morehouse School of Medicine. She is originally from Cleveland, Ohio and completed her medical school and residency training in Family Medicine at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland. She then completed fellowship training in Primary Care Health Policy and Research at Georgetown University and the Robert Graham Center for Policy Studies in Washington, DC. She completed her Master of Science in Clinical Research at Morehouse School of Medicine.
Dr. Gaglioti’s clinical practice has focused on care of underserved and populations disproportionately impacted by health inequities. She has served as a physician in correctional settings, community health centers, and academic health centers. Her academic career as a teacher and researcher has been focused on the intersection of Primary Care, Health Equity, and Community Engagement. She conducts community engaged practice-based research as co-director of the Southeast Regional Clinicians Network (SERCN), a practice-based research network made up of Federally Qualified Health Centers across eight southeastern states (Georgia, Florida, Mississippi, Alabama, North Carolina, South Carolina, Kentucky, and Tennessee). She is also a health services researcher and her work with health care claims and other large datasets focuses on application of innovative methods to understand relationships between the primary care system and social and neighborhood context on health and health equity. She has received funding from the Patient Centered Outcomes Research Institute, The Department of Health and Human Services Office of Minority Health, the National Instituted for Minority Health and Health and Health Disparities, and the American Cancer Society.