UTHSCSA Faculty Profiles v1.0

Ramos, Rose Marie Govea

School of Medicine
Emergency Medicine

I am a clinical and population health researcher with expertise in predictive risk models for poor health outcomes; predictors that include individual biological variability as well as social, economic, and behavioral determinants of health. My research goals include the integration of "big data", informatics-driven approaches to conduct risk assessments at point-of-care as a to optimize treatment decision making and continuum of care. I have served as an epidemiology, health services, and population health subject matter expert for US Department of Defense (DoD) and the US Department of Health and Human Services. I have also held DoD research advisory roles that included identifying and prioritizing research aims and objectives for the US Air Force Surgeon General. I also possess more than 10 years of experience in conducting research in an interdisciplinary team within the clinical research environment. I believe that my experiences as an NIH-trained Scientist, a Senior Scientist in the federal government setting, a Public Health Advisor for the City of San Antonio, and an Executive for a non-profit urban community health center have afforded me the capacity to serve as a productive leader, teacher, and research team member within a clinical research environment.

5/2016 - Present Assistant Professor/Research and Associate Director Univ. of TX Health Science Center - San Antonio, Emergency Medicine, San Antonio, TX
10/2014 - Present Asst. Research Director Univ. of TX Health Science Center-Emergency Medicine, Emergency Medicine, San Antonio, TX
9/2013 - Present Assistant Professor/ Lecturer and Assistant Professor/Lecturer University of Texas School of Public Health- San Antonio Campus, Management, Policy, and Community Health, San Antonio, TX