Lindsay White - Senior Fellow, University of Washington
Dr. White began her doctoral studies in 2010, after earning her MPH in Health Services from the University of Washington and her BS in Psychology from Duke University. She previously worked at King County Emergency Medical Services where she developed, conducted and managed research and quality improvement projects related to pre-hospital emergency care. During her doctoral studies, she developed a keen interest in the quality of health care and health outcomes for people with multiple chronic conditions. Working closely with her Chair, Dr. Dave Grembowski, she conducted several studies examining the effects of continuity of care in older adults with multiple chronic conditions as part of her dissertation research, before graduating in 2016.
Dr. White currently works as a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Washington, with Dr. Norma Coe. For her fellowship, she is examining costs of care for people with dementia and patients at the end-of-life.