Assistant Professor of Health Services, Policy and Practice, Assistant Professor of Epidemiology


Dr. Bardenheier's education includes training in biostatistics and epidemiology from Emory University, accounting from Florida State University, and theology from Franciscan University. She worked at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for two decades in research and public health programs including health services research related to immunizations, vaccine safety, vaccine preventable diseases, racial disparities in various health outcomes, refugee and immigrant health, HIV and TB, and diabetes. Her diverse research program currently investigates protective effects of adult vaccines, surveillance of adverse effects of vaccines among nursing home residents, racial disparities in vaccination of nursing home residents, and the effect of dementia on hospital referrals and entrance to nursing homes.

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