Neal V Dawson MD
- Perzynski AT, Terchek J, Blixon C, Dawson NV. Playing the numbers: How hepatitis C patients create meaning and make health care decisions from medical test results. Sociology of Health and Illness. Sociology of Health and Illness 2013;35:610–627 PMID: 23009649.
- Myers SA, Waters TP, Dawson NV. Fetal, neonatal, and infant death and their relationship to best gestational age for delivery at term: Is 39 weeks best for everyone? Journal of Perinatology 2014;34:503-7.
- Sajatovic M, Gunzler D, Einstadter D, Thomas C, McCormick R, Perzynski AT, Kanuch S, Cassidy K, Dawson NV. Clinical characteristics of individuals with serious mental illness and type 2 diabetes. Psychiatric Services 2015;66:197-9. PMCID: PMC4315335
- Dalton JE, Dawson NV, Sessler DI, Schold JD, Love TE, Kattan MW. Empirical treatment effectiveness models for binary outcomes. Medical Decision Making 2016;36:101-14
- Gunzler D, Sajatovic M, McCormick R, Perzynski A, Thomas C, Kanuch S, Cassidy KA, Athey M, Fuentes-Casiano E, Dawson N. Psychosocial features of clinically relevant patient sub-groups with serious mental illness and comorbid diabetes. Psychiatric Services 2016 (in press) PMCID: PMC
Dr. Dawson is an internationally known research scientist in the areas of clinical epidemiology, decision science, medical decision making and health services research (T3 and T4). He is a General Internal Medicine physician who has led and co-led large nationally funded multi-site, multi-institutional, interdisciplinary studies since 1988 (PI and PI/PD for studies of end of life care, alcohol screening, alcohol use and hepatitis C). Most recently he is co-PI of an RCT based investigation of an intervention designed to help patients with both serious mental illness and diabetes mellitus enhance their levels of self-management of both illnesses. He has more than 155 scientific publications and has an h-factor of 43. Since 2004 he has been mentor to three K-12 scholars and three KL-2 scholars. Throughout his career, he has been mentor to more than a dozen Masters and PhD thesis students as well as numerous residents and medical students.