Diana Burgess - Center for Care Delivery and Outcomes Research
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Diana Burgess

Diana Burgess, PhD is a social psychologist. Her current research focuses on non-pharmacological treatment for chronic pain, with an emphasis on marginalized groups (women and African Americans). She is presently the principal investigator on two federally funded clinical trials testing non-pharmacological interventions for Veterans with chronic pain, funded by VA Health Services Research and Development and the Department of Defense and is pursuing a new line of research on public health communication about chronic pain.

CURRENT POSITIONS
  • Core Investigator, Center for Care Delivery and Outcomes Research
  • Professor, Department of Medicine, University of Minnesota
  • Co-Director VA Advanced Fellowship Program in Health Services Research

RESEARCH INTERESTS
•Chronic Pain
•Disparities in health and healthcare
•Public Health Communication

EDUCATION
BA, Rice University, Houston, TX
PhD, University of Minnesota, Department of Psychology, Minneapolis, MN
Post-Doctoral Fellow in Organizational Behavior, Stanford University, Graduate School of Business, Stanford, CA
Post-Doctoral Fellow, VA Advanced Fellowship Program in Health Services Research Minneapolis VA Medical Center, CCDOR, Minneapolis, MN

CONTACT INFO
612.467.1591
Email: diana.burgess@va.gov

Check out a full publication list on Google Scholar.