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Jennifer L. Woodward, MD, MPH

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Assistant Professor, Family Medicine and Community Health

Professional Background

Dr. Woodward is boarded in Preventive Medicine and Public Health and Family Medicine. She is an Assistant Professor in the Family Medicine Department and holds a joint appointment in the Department of Preventive Medicine. In addition to clinical and teaching responsibilities, Dr. Woodward assists with many of the practice transformation, informatics, and population health projects for the department.

Education and Training
  • BA, Bachelor of Arts in Microbiology , University of Kansas
  • Residency, Emergency Medicine , Advocate Christ Medical Center- Oak Lawn, IL
  • Residency, Preventive Medicine and General Public Health , University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus
  • Residency, Family Medicine , University of Missouri-Kansas City



Dr. Woodward's areas of research interest include: social determinants of health, health equity, provider satisfaction and efficiency, clinical decision support tools, healthcare team-based care, and improving population health outcomes.

  • Gurley, E., S, Montgomery, J., M, Hossain, M., J, Bell, M, Azad, A., K, Islam, M., R, Molla, M., A, Carroll, D., S, Ksiazek, T., G, Rota, P., A, Lowe, L, Comer, J., A, Rollin, P, Czub, M, Grolla, A, Feldmann, H, Luby, S., P, Woodward, J., L, Breiman, R., F. 2007. Person-to-person transmission of Nipah virus in a Bangladeshi community.. Emerging infectious diseases, 13 (7), 1031-7
  • Meyer, Tamra., E., Bull, Lara., M., Holmes, Kelly., Cain, Pascua, Rhia., F., da Rosa, Amelia Travassos, Gutierrez, Christian., R., Corbin, Tracie, Woodward, Jennifer., L., Taylor, Jeffrey., P., Tesh, Robert., B., Murray, Kristy., O.. 2007. West Nile virus infection among the homeless, Houston, Texas. EMERGING INFECTIOUS DISEASES, 13 (10), 1500-1503