The Behavioral, Social, and Systems Science community is lead by Jill Marsteller, PhD. MPP.
The Behavioral, Social, and Systems Science (BSSS) community is designed to create an academic home and collaborative community for diverse scientists from across Johns Hopkins University who are conducting research in the areas of health and behavior, biopsychosocial interactions, social and cultural factors in health, health systems and health services, health IT, and methodologies.
The BSSS Community serves as a catalyst to stimulate highly innovative researchers and research programs that expand the translation and dissemination of this research, and facilitate new methodologies for solving current health systems, community, and population level challenges, through systematic interdisciplinary approaches.
About the Leader
Jill A. Marsteller, PhD, MPP has been involved in health services research for 17 years and is currently an associate professor of Health Policy and Management at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.
Dr. Marsteller is jointly appointed in ACCM and is a member of the QSRG. She specializes in organizational theory and behavior, specifically in estimating the influence of organizational variables on quality improvement activities with a focus on the determinants of successful implementation, dissemination, and sustainability of knowledge.