Dissemination and Implementation (D&I) Science Graduate Certificate Program


Headshot - Amy HuebchmannAmy Huebschmann, MD, MS, FACP​

Director, D&I Graduate Certificate 

Associate Professor, Clinician‐Investigator, Division of General Internal Medicine  Past‐Chair, Society of Behavioral Medicine Education, Training, and Career Development  Council  Lead Scientist, Community Education, and Outreach, University of Colorado Center for  Women’s Health Research  

Dr. Huebschmann is an Associate Professor at the University of Colorado School of Medicine with the Division of General Internal Medicine and the Center for Women’s Health  Research. Dr. Huebschmann began her education at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, earning a BS in Environmental Engineering. She earned her medical degree in  2000 from Vanderbilt University School of Medicine and completed her residency at the  University of Colorado School of Medicine. Continuing her education, most recently she earned an MS in Clinical Sciences in 2015 at the University of Colorado. She has been funded continuously by the NIH since 2011. Her overarching research goal is to reduce the burden of cardiovascular disease by delivering evidence‐based programs to prevent and treat cardiovascular risk factors, such as sedentary behavior. 


Borsika Rabin, PhD, MPH, PharmDBorsika Rabin

Co‐Director, D&I Graduate Certificate

Co‐Director, UC San Diego D&I Science Center  

Assistant Research Professor, Department of Family Medicine  Research Methodology: Dissemination and implementation science, integration of research into practice, stakeholder engagement, real-world, pragmatic study designs, synthesis of measurement instruments, use of theories and frameworks, designing for dissemination and implementation, development of reviews, toolkits, and decision aids for dissemination and implementation research, review of E‐health interventions  Topic areas: Broad application of the above-described methodology to studies of cancer prevention and care, development, and evaluation of cancer prognostic tools, coordination of care, ischemic heart disease in the context of diverse community-and clinic‐based settings including academic, safety net, and integrated delivery systems, VA, and rural and low-income settings.  


Headshot - Russ GlasgowRussell E. Glasgow, PhD

Director, ​Investigator, ACCORDS Dissemination and Implementation Program

Research Professor, Department of Family Medicine, University of Colorado

Dr. Glasgow is Director of the Dissemination and Implementation Program of ACCORDS and research professor in the Department of Family Medicine at the University of Colorado School of Medicine. Prior to Fall 2013, he was Deputy Director for Implementation Science in the Division of Cancer Control and Population Science at the U. S. National Cancer Institute (http://cancercontrol.cancer.gov/IS/). Dr. Glasgow is an implementation scientist and evaluation expert who has worked on many transdisciplinary research issues including chronic illness self-management, worksite health promotion, primary care-based interventions, and community-based prevention programs involving community health centers. ​