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Elissa M. Ozanne, Ph.D.

Languages spoken: English

Academic Information

Departments: Population Health Sciences - Associate Professor

Divisions: Health System Innovation and Research

Academic Office Information

Research Interests

  • Decision Analytic Modeling
  • Cost Effectiveness Analysis
  • Developing and Evaluating Risk Assessment and Communication Strategies
  • Developing and Evaluating Methods to Improve Patient and Provider Decision Making
  • Population Health
  • Decision Analysis

Dr. Elissa Ozanne and Dr. Angie Fagerlin are accepting applications for a Postdoctoral Fellowship to work in shared decision making and risk communication, funded by an American Heart Association fellowship. The primary objectives focus on shared decision making in oral anticoagulation and atrial fibrillation with an emphasis on understanding and improving the health care communication and decisions made by both patients and clinicians. Learn more about this opportunity.

Research Statement

Dr. Elissa Ozanne's primary career goal is to guide effective, patient-centered use of prevention, screening, and treatment strategies in cancer and other contexts. Her research is focused on decision-making, including the developing and testing of clinical decision aids, risk communication methods, cost-effectiveness and risk modeling.

Education History

Postdoctoral Training Harvard Medical School
Leadership for Physicians and Scientists
Postdoctoral Training
Postdoctoral Training Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center
Summer Institute in Informed Patient Choice
Postdoctoral Training
Postdoctoral Training Massachusetts General Hospital
NCI Program in Cancer Outcomes Research Training
Postdoctoral Training
Postdoctoral Training University of California, San Francisco
Carol Franc Buck Breast Care Center
Postdoctoral Training
Doctoral Training Stanford University
Management Science and Engineering: Decision Analysis
Graduate Training Stanford University
Engineering Economic Systems
Undergraduate Stanford University
Biological Sciences