Lei Guo

Lei "Ray" Guo is a Clinical Research Coordinator and Data Scientist at VA St. Louis Healthcare System and a doctoral candidate in health sciences at Northern Illinois University. His research interests focus on health disparities and equity, with an emphasis on health determinants and health policy. Guo is passionate about leveraging emerging data science models to analyze large health datasets and develop evidence-based interventions that improve health outcomes. He is also interested in the impact of health policy on underserved populations and the potential of integrative healthcare to improve patient-centered care and promote health equity. Guo’s research goal is to reduce health disparities and promote health equity through evidence-based research and policies. 

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