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Jennifer St. Sauver, Ph.D., studies the factors that influence the health and health outcomes of large populations. Her research focuses specifically on describing disease trends over time and identifying populations at high risk of poor health outcomes.
Dr. St. Sauver is the scientific director of the Population Health Science Scholars Program in Mayo Clinic's Robert D. and Patricia E. Kern Center for the Science of Health Care Delivery. She is also co-principal investigator of the Rochester Epidemiology Project, a National Institutes of Health-funded research infrastructure that collates and indexes health care information from medical care available to residents of a 27-county region of southeast Minnesota and southwest Wisconsin. These data have been used by investigators throughout the United States, resulting in nearly 3,000 publications on a wide range of health care topics.
Dr. St. Sauver's research provides a comprehensive picture of the current health of the local community. These data are used as baseline measures for future population-level interventions. Additionally, this type of research is needed for focused efforts to improve clinical care among the primary users of health care.
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