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Dr. Windsor Sherrill

Dr. Windsor Sherrill is well-known for her tireless work to improve conditions in public health institutions and research. Sherrill received her Ph.D. in Health Policy from Brandeis University in 2000 and is currently a Provost’s distinguished professor of public health sciences and associate vice president for health research. She is additionally the Chief Science Officer for Prisma Health. Through her different positions, she facilitates research collaborations between Clemson’s health research faculty and Prisma Health professionals. Sherrill herself has extensively researched differing disciplines, such as medical and health management education, health finance and policy, and the evaluation of health services and health education programs for underserved groups.

Through her research efforts, Dr. Sherrill has secured over $19 million in external funding and has been published in journals, like Academic Medicine, Medical Education, and the Journal of Health Administration Education. Some of her initiatives include the establishment of an accountable community's population health management initiative (Duke Endowment); evaluation of the uninsured in SC (BCBS Foundation of SC); establishing a patient engagement research studio; and evaluation of the MAIN palliative approach for treatment of newborns with neonatal abstinence syndrome (funded by SC DHHS). She has been awarded the Class of ‘39 Award for Excellence and SC Liberty Fellowship, as well as served as the Faculty Representative to the Clemson University Board of Trustees and member on the board of the SC Institute of Medicine and Public Health.

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