Thearis Osuji has more than 10 years of experience in public health and epidemiology. She directs projects associated with public health and healthcare research and evaluation across a variety of population health issues, particularly healthcare services, heart disease, and stroke prevention. Her expertise includes gender disparities, racial/ethnic health disparities, and disparities associated with socioeconomic and military/veteran status.
Ms. Osuji has quantitative and qualitative technical research skills, including program evaluation, survey methodology, facilitation of focus groups and individual interviews, data management, quantitative and qualitative data analysis, report writing for various audience groups, and presenting results.
Ms. Osuji has an M.P.H. in Community Health and Epidemiology from Saint Louis University and a bachelor's degree in Psychology from Tulane University.