Director of the Office of Epidemiology and Research for the Maternal and Child Health Bureau
Health Resources and Services Administration
Potomac, Maryland – United States
Dr. Michael D. Kogan is Director of the Office of Epidemiology and Research for the Maternal and Child Health Bureau at the Health Resources and Services Administration. In this position he is responsible for directing activities of the office with an emphasis on 1) building the data capacity of federal, state and local areas in maternal and child health; 2) strengthening the present and future workforce skill levels in maternal and child health epidemiology; 3) disseminating information and strengthening the evidence base in maternal and child health; and 4) overseeing the extramural research program. He has served as the Project Director for the National Surveys of Children’s Health and the National Surveys of Children with Special Health Care Needs. He also served as the co-chair of the Title V performance measurement revision workgroup.
He serves on the editorial board of the Maternal and Child Health Journal and has served in that capacity for the American Journal of Public Health. He has also been a special editor for other scientific journals, such as Pediatrics. He has held adjunct academic appointments at the University of Alabama at Birmingham and Harvard University, and is a regular lecturer at Georgetown University and Boston University. He has published about 150 articles and book chapters on numerous topics in pediatric and perinatal epidemiology. He has taught courses on scientific writing, and evaluation at various venues. He received the 2003 Advancing Knowledge award from the Coalition for Excellence in Maternal and Child Health Epidemiology. He also received the 2011 HRSA Administrator’s Award for Excellence for his leadership and research, and the 2017 Vince Hutchins Partnership Award. He received his doctorate in epidemiology from Yale University.
Thursday, November 7
10:30 AM – 11:45 AM