ProfessorMedicine Adjunct Associate ProfessorDepartment of Health Services Affiliate Faculty, Group Health Research InstituteRelated Links: Research ProfileFaculty Information Biography Education & Training: MDUniversity of Washington, School of MedicineSeattle, WA1993–1997 Internship in Internal MedicineUniversity of Washington Affiliated HospitalsSeattle, WA1997–1998 Residency in Internal Medicine, Primary Care TrackBarnes-Jewish Hospital, Washington UniversitySt. Louis, MO1998–2000 MPHUniversity of Washington, School of Public Health and Community MedicineSeattle, WA2001–2003 Honors: Washington Scholar1989 Paul Fowler Fellowship1989 Des Moines Masonic Lodge Outstanding Junior Boy of the Class of 19891989 National Forensics League Double Ruby Degree of Special Distinction1989 Seattle City Light Employee’s Association Scholarship1989 King County Commended Scholar1989 National Merit Scholar Finalist1989 Mount Rainier Honor Society Scholarship1989 Dean's List1989–1993 Phi Beta Kappa1992 Class of 1960 Scholar in English and History1992–1993 Edward Gould Shumway Class of 1867 Prize for Most Distinguished Work in English Literature1993 Third Place, Missouri Chapter, American College of Physicians Resident Poster Contest1999 New Investigator Award, ISOQOL2005 General Internal Medicine Division Nominee2007–2009 Contact Email: email@example.com Research & Clinical Interests Research Interests: Psychometrics and measurement theoryAlzheimer's disease and cognitive functioningHealth services researchEpidemiologic methods Publications Publications: Crane PK, Narasimhalu K, Gibbons LE, Pedraza O, Mehta KM, Tang Y, Manly JJ, Reed BR, Mungas DM. 2008. Composite scores for executive function items: demographic heterogeneity and relationships with quantitative magnetic resonance imaging. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society. 14(5):746–59. PMCID: PMC2683684. Crane PK, Narasimhalu K, Gibbons LE, Mungas DM, Haneuse S, Larson EB, Kuller L, Hall K, van Belle G. 2008. Item response theory facilitated cocalibrating cognitive tests and reduced bias in estimated rates of decline. Journal of clinical epidemiology. 61(10):1018–27.e9. PMCID: PMC2762121. Crane PK, Gruhl JC, Erosheva EA, Gibbons LE, McCurry SM, Rhoads K, Nguyen V, Arani K, Masaki K, White L. 2010. Use of spoken and written Japanese did not protect Japanese-American men from cognitive decline in late life. The journals of gerontology. Series B, Psychological sciences and social sciences. 65(6):654–66. PMCID: PMC2954325. Crane PK, Gibbons LE, Willig JH, Mugavero MJ, Lawrence ST, Schumacher JE, Saag MS, Kitahata MM, Crane HM. 2010. Measuring depression levels in HIV-infected patients as part of routine clinical care using the nine-item Patient Health Questionnaire (PHQ-9). AIDS Care. 22(7):874–85. PMCID: PMC3410748.