Lisa Reider, MHS

Assistant Scientist
Health Policy and Management


Lisa Reider, MHS, is an Assistant Scientist in the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health (JHSPH), Department of Health Policy and Management. Ms. Reider is an epidemiologist with experience and expertise in coordinating multi-center interdisciplinary research studies. Her research interests include musculoskeletal health, rehabilitation and disability in older adults in addition to improving the quality of their health care. She has coordinated and participated in the analysis of DXA data from multiple research studies and clinical trials worldwide using Hip Structural Analysis to measure strength parameters of bone. These studies examined the effects of osteoporosis treatment, diet, hormonal influences and exercise on the structural mechanics of the hip in different ethnic, gender and age groups. She has also directed the randomized trial of Guided Care, a new model of primary care for multi-morbid older adults in addition to managing and participating in the analysis of study results and preparation necessary to disseminate the model. She received a Masters degree in epidemiology from JHSPH in 2007 and is currently working on her PhD at the University of Maryland, Baltimore.