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Susan Moore, PhD

Associate Director, mHealth Impact Lab & Assistant Professor; mHealth & Informatic Core Lead, ACCORDS

Research Interests

Consumer health informatics, medical informatics, clinical decision support, public health informatics, mobile health technology and implementation science

Current Research

Patient generated health data and patient-reported outcomes data exchange using mobile technology; use of mobile technology to improve care for chronic conditions

Teaching Interests

Public health informatics, consumer health informatics, mobile health; student internship and practicum oversight

Courses Taught

BIOS 6685: Intro to Public Health Informatics


  • PhD in Health and Behavioral Sciences, University of Colorado Denver, 2013
  • MSPH, Colorado School of Public Health, 2008
  • BS in Biological Sciences, University of New Orleans, 1994

What makes you passionate about or interested in biostatistics?

Biostatistics is critically important for describing and understanding the public health and medical world around us, and informatics is critically important for not only collecting essential information at the population level, but also for transforming data into actionable knowledge.

Personal Interests & Hobbies

Travel, hiking, reading, occasionally jumping off high places (with bungy cord or parachute attached)

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