Dr. Anne Libby is Professor & Vice Chair for Academic Affairs in the CU Anschutz Department of Emergency Medicine. She joined the Ludeman Family Center for Women's Health Research senior faculty in 2017. Dr. Libby’s research training is in economics and public health, and her research expertise is comparative effectiveness research and the organization and financing of health care systems, with an emphasis on behavioral health. Her current creative work focuses on a patient-level measure of medication regimen complexity and patient valuation. She has taught graduate health economics, outcomes research, grantsmanship, and leadership since 2005, and is a member of the Academy of Medical Educators, School of Medicine.
Dr. Libby is an expert on mentored research and leadership training. She co-founded faculty development programs in the Colorado Clinical Translational Sciences Institute that have trained hundreds of faculty at CU: the premier faculty development program in clinical and outcomes research, the Clinical Faculty Scholars Program (trained 50+ faculty scholars since 2004); a structured mentoring training program for mentor-mentee pairs, the Colorado Mentoring Training Program (COMentor, trained 250+ since 2010); and the Leadership for Innovative Team Science Program (LITeS, trained 100+ senior and midcareer faculty since 2009). She is a Gallup certified strengths coach. Dr. Libby cofounded leadership programs for junior women faculty and Lean-In-CU: Women in Medicine and Science.