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Catherine Dube, EdD

Dr. Catherine Dubé is a Professor in Population and Quantitative Health Sciences at UMass Chan, and Adjunct Associate Professor at Brown University School of Public Health. Over her career she has engaged in a range of academic research activities including qualitative focus group and individual interview research studies, administrative and publication support of large quantitative studies employing large datasets, conduct of community-based research, educational development and evaluation projects, project management, grant administration and related regulatory compliance issues. Dr. Dubé has also led and contributed to several large research projects addressing health professional practice behavior change and clinical guideline implementation. Currently, she works closely with Dr. Kate Lapane on multiple complex research projects employing both qualitative and quantitative methods.

Dr. Dubé leads graduate level Research Ethics and Qualitative Methods at the Morningside Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, Community and Population Health Research program. She is the 2017 recipient of the Morningside Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences Dean’s Education Recognition Award for Contributions in the Lecture and Classroom Settings and the 2021 recipient of the Dean’s Education Recognition Award for Outstanding Contributions to Curriculum Development.

Catherine Dubé. EdD