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Jodyn Platt

Assistant Professor
Learning Health Sciences

PhD, Health Services Organization and Policy (Sociology), University of Michigan School of Public Health
MPH, Health Management and Policy, University of Michigan School of Public Health
BA, Spanish, Oberlin College

Jodyn Platt is an Assistant Professor of Learning Health Sciences trained in medical sociology and health policy. Her mixed methods research currently focuses on informed consent in cancer and genomic studies, and the Ethical, Legal, and Social Implications (ELSI) of public health genetics, newborn screening, and learning health systems. She is interested in understanding what makes learning health systems and precision health trusted and the pathways for earning, achieving, and sustaining trust.


Maturity models for precision health, Policies and practices across the lifecycle of data

Research Area(s)

Health disparities | Learning health sciences | Public policy and social science | technology


  • Principal investigator of: Developing sociotechnical maturity models for precision health
  • Co-investigator of: Michigan Institute for Clinical and Health Research (MICHR)
  • Co-investigator of: Reducing Disparities Using Covid-19 Experiences of Medicaid Enrollees (REDUCEME)
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