Dr. Russell E. Glasgow focuses on issues of designing for implementation and sustainability, adaptations to programs, pragmatic models and measures, and evaluation of complex interventions. He is Research Professor in the Department of Family Medicine, School of Medicine at the University of Colorado and the Director of the Dissemination and Implementation Science Program of the Adult and Child Consortium for Health Outcomes Research and Delivery Science.
Dr. Glasgow is an experienced D&I researcher and has over 25 years of experience in intervention and health outcomes research. He has over 450 peer reviewed publications, most of them related to applied research issues, evaluating and enhancing generalizability of research, pragmatic approaches, and ways to enhance uptake and dissemination. Dr. Glasgow served as the Deputy Director of Implementation Science at the National Cancer Institute and led and participated in many NIH and Robert Wood Johnson Foundation funded grants including a collaboratory on the Chronic Care Model with Ed Wagner and his recent RWJF funded project on understanding adaptations in primary care.