Author: Katia Noyes

Profile: Ekaterina Noyes is also better known as Katia Noyes. She is an American author. Her works have appeared in a number of anthologies and publications.

She is third generation Californian and grew up on the campus of Stanford University. Presently she resides in the neighborhood of Glen Park. Qualified with the PhD and MPH degrees she is has worked in a number of capacities.

Her topics of research include regional care delivery in surgical oncology, outcomes and quality of care assessment, multidisciplinary team science and stakeholder engagement, comparative effectiveness research and economic evaluation of healthcare programs.

In September 2016 she joined as director and professor in the Division of Public Health Services Policy and Practice. She worked in the capacity of professor in the Departments of Surgery and Public Health Sciences at the University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry in Rochester, New York. Katia Noyes was the scientific director of Surgical Health Outcomes and Research Enterprise (SHORE) as well as director of Regional Engagement and Outcome at The Judy DiMarzo Cancer Survivorship Program for the James P. Wilmot Cancer Institute.

She has extensive experience in health services research with expertise in large administrative data analytics, large administrative data analytics, healthcare economic evaluation, comparative effectiveness, quality of care assessment besides mixed methods and implementation research. She has specialized in the last one decade in multidisciplinary interventions development, implementation of programs and has built and trained interdisciplinary project teams successfully, all of which is supported by a range of private and federal sources. Besides being a visiting scholar in Canada and UK for half a year in 2014 and heading quality assessment centres, US surgical outcomes and studying state-of-the-art approaches and strategies for multidisciplinary population-based regional oncology care, she is also the chair elect at the Academy Health for the Quality and Value Interest Group. She also leads the team for the National Cancer Institute-American Society for Clinical Oncology’s Teams in Cancer Care Workgroup.

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Published Texts:

2005 – Crashing America

Awards and Acknowledgements:

2005 – Book Sense Notable Book (Crashing America)

2005 – Selected as one of the Ten Best Gay/Lesbian Books by and the Rainbow Network, United Kingdom