Dr. Davis is a health services researcher who has additional training in data science. His research focuses on leveraging large observational data to study policy-relevant issues, in particular the use of administrative claims data to perform U.S. population-based studies. Funded by the NIH, his current work is investigating variation in the identification of dementia as well as issues related to mortality among older adults living with dementia. He serves as the research resources core lead of U-M's Center to Accelerate Population Research in Alzheimer’s, for which he oversees the development of analytic resources.
- Ph.D., Quantitative Biomedical Sciences, Dartmouth College
- M.P.H., Public Health and Health Services Research, Dartmouth Medical School
- B.A., Chemistry, Colby College