Junya Zhu, PhD
- Assistant Professor
- Health Policy and Management (Primary)
Center & Institute Affiliations
624 N. Broadway
Hampton House 648
Baltimore, Maryland 21205
PhD, Brandeis University, 2013
MA, Brandeis University, 2008
MS, Brandeis University, 2006
My research interests cover several areas of health services research, including quality of care, patient experience, patient safety, patient-centered outcomes, and comparative effectiveness. The expertise I have developed so far lies in the application of advanced methods such as multilevel modeling and structural equation modeling, rigorous development of measurement tools, and analyses of large national claims and survey datasets.
Honors and Awards
Faculty Innovation Fund Award, 2014
The International Society for Quality in Health Care (ISQua) Scholarship, 2007
Student Commencement Speaker, The Heller School for Social Policy and Management, Brandeis University, 2006
- Quality of care, patient safety, patient experience/satisfaction, comparative effectiveness, HCAHPS, Longitudinal analysis, multilevel modeling, structure equation modeling, survey research
Zhu J, Weingart SN, Ritter GA, Tompkins C, Garnick DW. Racial/ethnic disparities in patient experience with communication in hospitals: real differences or measurement errors? Med Care. 2015; 53(5):446-454.
Zhu J, Li L, Zhao H, Han G, Wu AW, Weingart SN. Development of a patient safety climate survey for Chinese hospitals: cross-national adaptation and psychometric evaluation. BMJ Qual Saf. 2014; 23(10):847-856.
Zhu J, Sharma DB, Chen AB, Johnson BE, Weeks JC, Schrag D. Comparative effectiveness of three platinum-doublet chemotherapy regimens in elderly patients with advanced non-small cell lung cancer. Cancer. 2013; 119(11): 2048-2060.
Zhu J, Sharma DB, Gray SW, Chen AB, Weeks JC, Schrag D. Carboplatin and paclitaxel with vs without bevacizumab in older patients with advanced non-small cell lung cancer. JAMA. 2012; 307(15):1593-1601.
Zhu J, Stuver SO, Epstein AM, Schneider EC, Weissman JS, Weingart SN. Can we rely on patients’ reports of adverse events? Med Care. 2011; 49(10):948-955.