Debra J. Rog, PhD, is a Vice President for Social Policy and Economics Research. She enjoys developing new evaluation strategies and techniques. Her unit conducts a range of evaluation studies that examine the implementation, outcomes, and costs of program, policies, and systems initiatives for vulnerable and disadvantaged populations.
Rog’s work embraces methods tailored to evaluation questions, program, and context. The work involves close collaboration with clients to understand how to most efficiently and effectively serve adults, youth, and families to promote and foster health, well-being, and self-sufficiency. Clients include HUD, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, among others.
- PhD, Social Psychology, Vanderbilt University
- MS, Social Psychology, Kent State University
- BS, Psychology, American International College
Journal ArticleMulti-ancestry genome-wide association analyses improve resolution of genes and pathways influencing lung function and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease risk
N. Shrine, A.G. Izquierdo, J. Chen, R. Packer, R.J. Hall, A.L. Guyatt, C. Batini, R.J. Thompson, C. Pavuluri, V. Malik, B.D. Hobbs, M. Moll, W. Kim, R. Tal-Singer, P. Bakke, K.A. Fawcett, C. John, K. Coley, N.N. Piga, A. Pozarickij, K. Lin, I.Y. Millwood, Z. Chen, L. Li, S.R.A.
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Journal ArticleThe organizational trauma-informed practices tool (O-TIPs): Development and preliminary validation
Journal of Community Psychology
N. Manian, Debra Rog, L. Lieberman, E.M. KerrSOURCE