Johnie Rose, MD, PhD is a Preventive Medicine and Public Health physician and epidemiologist specializing in cancer prevention and control research. He serves as Assistant Professor in the Center for Community Health Integration at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine and as Preventive Medicine Residency Program Director at University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center in Cleveland. His research and methodological work involves development of computer simulation models of interventions in populations, leveraging secondary data sources to drive community-based research and intervention, applying data science tools to population health data, and conducting health economic analyses.
Though his focus is on cancer prevention and control, he also conducts research pertaining to health disparities and global health. In addition to his research, he frequently speaks on the topics of cancer survivorship, health systems, health policy, and health care reform.
Dr. Rose received his BS in Economics from Vanderbilt University, his MD from University of Tennessee Health Sciences Center, and his PhD in Epidemiology and Biostatistics from Case Western Reserve University. He completed his residency training at University Hospitals Case Medical Center in Cleveland, Ohio.
My work involves applying informatics and simulation modeling techniques to address population health problems, particularly in the area of cancer control/prevention and health disparities.