Lisa Miyashiro is a research programmer and analyst at the RAND Corporation and a professor at the Pardee RAND Graduate School. She has extensive experience analyzing data on a range of project topics including the international and domestic health, military, and criminal justice fields. Through her experience, she has developed expertise in using Geographic Information Systems (GIS), Atlast.ti, SAS, and GeoClip to perform a combination of quantitative, qualitative, and spatial analysis. Miyashiro received her M.S. in Public Policy & Management from Carnegie Mellon University.
- Urban Congregations' Capacity for HIV Prevention & Care
- Mapping the Gaps- Enhancing Local Health Departments Capacity to Match Services to Health Needs
- Comparative Effectiveness and Outcomes Improvement
- Combining Patient and Geospatial Data to Target Low Health Literacy in Missouri
- Project Air Force Readiness
Laurie T. Martin, Allen Fremont, Alexandria Felton, Teague Ruder, Chloe E. Bird, Lisa Miyashiro, Mark Hanson, Nicole Lurie, Prototype Interactive Mapping Tool to Target Low Health Literacy in Missouri, RAND Corporation (TR-811-MFH), 2010
Lois M. Davis, Nancy Nicosia, Adrian Overton, Lisa Miyashiro, Kathryn Pitkin Derose, Terry Fain, Susan Turner, Paul Steinberg, Eugene Williams, III, Understanding the Public Health Implications of Prisoner Reentry in California, RAND Corporation (TR-687-TCE), 2009