Timothy M. Mulcahy is Vice President and Practice Director for Social Policy and Economics Research. He has 25+ years in senior leadership in evidence-based research and expertise in developing systems that mine big data to improve performance and computing solutions for research. He manages a core portfolio of research, including food and nutrition, children and families, labor, health, health economics, and aging.
Mulcahy is a member of a number of professional social science organizations, including the American Statistical Association and its Committee on Privacy and Confidentiality, and he recently served on the Illinois Economic Data Task Force. He has also served as a keynote speaker at national and international events, and has published on a range of topics, including statistical analysis, drug policy, access and analysis of data, and virtual research communities.
- MPP, Social and Economic Policy, Institute for Health and Social Policy, Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health
- BA, English, University of Virginia
Journal ArticleEvidence of novel susceptibility variants for prostate cancer and a multiancestry polygenic risk score associated with aggressive disease in men of African ancestry
F. Chen, R.K. Madduri, A.A. Rodriguez, B.F. Darst, A. Chou, X. Sheng, A. Wang, J. Shen, E.J. Saunders, S.K. Rhie, J.T. Bensen, S. A. Ingles, R.A. Kittles, S.S. Strom, B.A. Rybicki, B. Nemesure, W.B. Isaacs, J.L. Stanford, W. Zheng, M. Sanderson, E.M. John, J.Y. Park, J. Xu, Y.
PerspectiveFinancially Vulnerable Americans Hit Hard During Pandemic
A survey by Westat and Stanford University School of Medicine revealed sharp differences in how Americans experienced the COVID-19 pandemic financially as of May 2020.…
Journal ArticleFinancial vulnerability and the impact of COVID-19 on American households
C. Bruce, Maeve E. Gearing, Jill DeMatteis, Kerry Levin, Timothy M. Mulcahy, J. Newsome, J. WivaggSOURCE