Danielle J. Wilhelm
Danielle J. Wilhelm is a physician and doctoral student trained in quantitative and qualitative research methods and clinical medicine. Her research focuses on how financing interventions affect the technical quality of maternal and neonatal health care through a mixed methods approach. In addition, she is examining how the implementation of programs affects the acceptability and adoption of financing interventions through qualitative methods. Before pursuing studies in public health, she trained as an Emergency Medicine physician and continue to work part-time in a clinical capacity. Danielle applies this clinical knowledge in order to enhance her research in maternal and neonatal health care.
|2015||PhD candidate, University of Heidelberg, Institute of Global Health|
|2014||MD, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences|
|2002||MScIH, University of Heidelberg|
|1996||BA, Kansas State University|
Honors and Awards
University of Heidelberg, MScIH Graduation with Distinction, 2014
Matteucci MJ, Moszyk D, Migliore SA (2015). Agreement between resident and faculty emergency physicians in the application of NEXUS criteria for suspected cervical spine injuries. Journal of Emergency Medicine 48(4): 445-9.
Strelkauskas DJ (previous name): Bioterrorism. In: Strelkauskas AJ. Microbiology: A Clinical Approach. London/New York: Garland Science, Taylor & Francis, LLC; 2007.
Moszyk DJ, Sulit DJ (2007). Rheumatoid arthritis in a military aviator. Aviation, Space, and Environmental Medicine 78:63-66.