Leslie Curry, PhD, MPH, is Professor of Public Health (Health Policy and Management) at the Yale School of Public Health, Co-Director of the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Training Program and Associate Director of the Center for Implementation Science, both at the Yale School of Medicine, and core faculty at the Yale Global Health Leadership Initiative. Professor Curry’s research and teaching focuses on management, culture and organizational performance in diverse health care settings in the U.S. and internationally. She is especially interested in the development and scale up of innovative, evidence-based health practices, programs and policies and regularly collaborates with government agencies and health care providers in these efforts. Professor Curry partners with the National Health Service in the United Kingdom to develop leadership capacity among senior executives in the health, social care and government sectors. Her work has been supported by a variety of funders including The Commonwealth Fund, The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and The World Bank. Professor Curry is an internationally recognized expert in qualitative and mixed methods. She is the author of Mixed Methods in the Health Sciences: A Practical Primer, commissioned by Sage Publications, 2014.