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David Delgado, PhD

David J. Delgado, PhD, MPH

Contact Dr. Delgado

901 Walnut Street
10th Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(215) 503-6327
(215) 923-7583 fax

Education

PhD, University of California, Los Angeles
MPH, Columbia University
BA, Harvard University

University Appointments

Associate Professor, Jefferson College of Population Health
Program Director, Applied Health Economics & Outcomes Research, Jefferson College of Population Health

Research & Practice Interests

Cancer Health Disparities
Applied Health Economics and Outcomes Research

Teaching

Economic & Outcomes Analyses
Integrative Research Seminar
Health Research Methods
Applied Health Economics & Outcomes Capstone Seminar & Project
Public Health Capstone Seminar & Project

Biography

Dr. David Delgado brings a blended perspective to the table. He has a BA in Sociology from Harvard University, a MPH in Health Planning and Administration from Columbia University and a PhD in Health Services Research and Epidemiology from the University of California, Los Angeles.

Dr. Delgado helped establish a federally qualified health center where he developed a breast and cervical cancer prevention intervention and a tobacco control program. He was a postdoctoral cancer control fellow at the University of Southern California where he published research examining the association of socio-economic status and race/ethnicity on breast cancer survival and mapped the prevalence of late-staged breast cancer diagnosis in Los Angeles. He worked at Amgen for 9 years, where he did financial reporting and worked on teams to describe patterns of care and develop risk models for chemotherapy-related complications. 

At West Chester University, Dr. Delgado taught undergraduate and graduate students courses in healthcare finance, evidence-based medicine, research methods, health advocacy, health law, wellness and transcultural health. At the Jefferson College of Population Health he directed the PhD program for two years, currently directs the Applied Health Economics & Outcomes Research (AHEOR) programs and mentors several HEOR postdoctoral Fellows.  

Dr. Delgado's research explores disparities in cancer stage, treatment and outcomes using the National Cancer Institute’s SEER database.

Publications