Dr. Sjoding’s health services research interests concern pulmonary and critical care and hospital medicine, with a focus on inpatient hospital quality measures and their unintended consequences, the epidemiology of critical illness, and methods for critical care delivery. He is also interested in leveraging “Big Data” to enhance critical care research and care, and health service research methods including the use of both clinical and large-scale administrative databases, statistical simulation, causal analysis, and multi-level modeling.
- M.D., Loyola University
- M.Sc., Health and Health Services Research, University of Michigan
- B.S., Biochemistry, Valparaiso