Anne Roubal is a research scientist at the University of Arizona Health Sciences' Center for Population Science & Discovery where she helps write grants, develop issue briefs, and perform data analysis. Her primary research interests are measuring health disparities and translating health data into actionable policy initiatives. She earned her PhD in Population Health Sciences with a minor in Urban and Regional Planning from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Anne Roubal, PhD, MS
Recent Blog Posts
By Anne Roubal, PhD, MS | May 1, 2016
When you’re working with a patient in the healthcare delivery system, it’s pretty straightforward. You get a medical history, talk to your patient about how they are doing and their symptoms, and learn about their... (read more)
By Anne Roubal, PhD, MS | Nov 10, 2015
Every year, more than 1,500 deaths in Arizona could be avoided if all residents had an equal chance to be healthy. That’s the startling conclusion of the Arizona Health Gaps Report released today by the Robert Wood Johnson... (read more)