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Marsha Treadwell, PhD
Oakland Research Institute
5700 Martin Luther King Jr Way
Oakland, California, United States
Marsha J. Treadwell, PhD, is a clinical psychologist and health services researcher with expertise in measurement development, community engagement, conducting health care quality improvement projects, evaluating programs and assessing the health related quality of life for individuals and communities.
Dr. Treadwell’s research integrates physical, behavioral and psychological processes, allowing for the identification of risk and resiliency factors and the development of more effective interventions.
Dr. Treadwell is working to broaden community support for sickle cell programs and has introduced intensive support strategies for families of children newly diagnosed with sickle cell disease. She is currently working to implement programs that identify and address barriers to quality of life and quality of care for youth and adults with sickle cell disease.
Ultimately, Dr. Treadwell’s goal is to foster a sense of empowerment and partnership in disease management, that improves overall wellbeing for patients with sickle cell disease and their families.
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