Gyasi Moscou-Jackson, PhD, MHS, RN, is a Program Officer for the Healthcare Delivery and Disparities Research program at the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research institute (PCORI).
Moscou-Jackson has designed and managed research projects, executed systematic literature reviews, and conducted qualitative/quantitative analyses. She has also published manuscripts on various topics that promote health and quality of life in patients with chronic diseases, including sickle cell disease.
In addition to her research experience, Moscou-Jackson served as a registered nurse on the Medical Intensive Care Unit at Johns Hopkins Hospital. Her clinical background reinforced the importance of advancing evidence-based and patient-centered research to inform health policies and programs that facilitate primary prevention of chronic diseases, reduce health disparities, and provide quality of care for all patients entering healthcare systems.
Moscou-Jackson received a BS in biology from Howard University, an MHS with a concentration in health communication, program planning, and evaluation from Johns Hopkins University School of Public Health, and a BSN and PhD in nursing from Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing.