Milton Eder

Assistant Professor


Milton "Mickey" Eder, PhD, joined the Department of Family Medicine and Community Health research faculty in 2014. He studies translational research with the goal of improving health outcomes by transforming the public's relationship to healthcare and research. He founded and directed a primary care practice-based research network of Federally Qualified Health Centers, exploring research ethics, patient engagement and patient safety. Dr. Eder has chaired a biomedical Institutional Review board and served as an Associate Editor for Progress in Community Health Partnerships: Research, Education, and Action. He earned a PhD from the Committee on History of Culture at the University of Chicago.

Research Interests
Community-engaged research
Translational research
Primary care and patient safety

Teaching Summary

Community engaged research, translational research, primary care with an emphasis on the office as a complex adaptive system and on patient safety




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