Windsor Westbrook Sherrill, Ph.D.
Professor of Public Health Sciences
Associate Vice President for Health Research, Clemson University
College of Behavioral, Social and Health Sciences
Chief Science Officer, Prisma Health–Upstate
Contact: 864-656-0263 or email@example.com
Who is Dr. Sherrill?
Windsor Westbrook Sherrill is a Provost’s distinguished professor of public health sciences and associate vice president for health research. She also serves as Chief Science Officer for Prisma Health. Dr. Sherrill’s research spans diverse disciplines, including medical and health management education, health finance and policy, and the evaluation of health services and health education programs for underserved groups. Her research initiatives have garnered more than $19 million in external funding and have been published in journals such as Academic Medicine, Medical Education, and the Journal of Health Administration Education. She has taught courses at both the undergraduate and graduate level in topics such as health care management, health care systems, and health care finance. She is the 2012 recipient of the Class of ’39 Award for Excellence and has served as the Faculty Representative to the Clemson University Board of Trustees. Dr. Sherrill is a SC Liberty Fellow and serves on the board of the SC Institute of Medicine and Public Health.
How Dr. Sherrill’s research is transforming health care
Windsor is transforming health care by facilitating research collaborations between Clemson’s health research faculty and health care professionals through her joint administrative roles at Clemson University and Prisma Health–Upstate. She also currently serves as an investigator on several collaborative health research projects between Clemson and Prisma Health: establishment of an accountable communities population health management initiative (Duke Endowment); evaluation of the uninsured in SC (BCBS Foundation of SC); establishing a patient engagement research studio; and evaluation of the MAIN palliative approach for treatment of newborns with neonatal abstinence syndrome (funded by SC DHHS).
News and media related to Dr. Sherrill’s research
- Clemson GHS Better Together Video, Prisma Health, 2015
- New role positions Clemson for success in health services, Media Relations, 2014
- Partnering to transform care, Prisma Health Blog, 2014
- Better Together, College of Behavioral, Social and Health Sciences Media Relations, 2014
Health Research Expertise Keywords
Health Services Evaluation, Medical Education, Health Disparities, Health Administration, Finance and Policy, Survey Research, Health Policy, Population Health