Dr. Reeves' research is focused on identifying opportunities to improve the health of those living with sickle cell disease. She currently is the PI of the Michigan Sickle Cell Data Collection (MiSCDC) Program, a cooperative agreement with the CDC. The objective of MiSCDC is to implement a statewide sickle cell disease surveillance system. Her R01 (funded by AHRQ) uses machine learning and mixed methods to shed light on mechanisms related to receipt of preventive services among children with sickle cell anemia. She is the steward of three NQF-endorsed quality measures for recommended preventive care among children with sickle cell disease: receipt of transcranial Doppler screening, appropriate antibiotic prophylaxis, and use of hydroxyurea therapy. Dr. Reeves holds a joint appointment in the Department of Epidemiology at the School of Public Health.
PhD, Epidemiologic Sciences, University of Michigan, 2013
MPH, Epidemiology, University of Michigan, 2009
BS, Biology, University of Michigan, 2006