Miranda A. Moore, PhD
Emory University School of Medicine
Evaluation Core Lead
Miranda is the Evaluation Core Lead for Georgia Gear. She provides support to the Georgia Gear Program Director, Ted Johnson as well as facilitating collection of program metrics and evaluation.
When Miranda is not working on Georgia Gear matters, she is an Assistant Professor at the Emory University School of Medicine Department of Medicine and Preventive Medicine. She also serves as the Population Health Evaluation Lead for the Georgia Memory Net, Research Coordinator for the Emory Family Medicine Residency Program, and Research Champion for Seavey Clinic. As a health services researcher, she develops grant applications that will fund primary care research, collaborates on peer-reviewed journal articles and policy briefs, and leads analytic efforts to provide timely evidence for health policy development. Dr. Moore also mentors Family Medicine residents and teaches research methods didactic lectures. Her research centers on primary care access to care, workforce, and delivery/physician practice transformation; lifestyle medicine; and cognitive impairment.
Before joining the faculty at Emory, Dr. Moore was most recently an economist and health researcher at the Robert Graham Center for Policy Studies in Family Medicine and Primary Care within the American Academy of Family Physicians. She has also worked for the U.S. Department of Labor, Employee Benefits Security Administration in the Office of Policy and Research, Division of Research and Economic Analysis. She has taught Statistics at Hofstra University and Game Theory at Stony Brook University.
In her free time, she enjoys spending quality time with her family. She also enjoys reading non-fiction fantasy books and is happy to live in her home state of Georgia—and within 4 miles of the Dunwoody Family Medicine Clinic!