Education & Training
- MD, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA (2007–2012)
- Internal Medicine Residency, University of Washington, Seattle, WA (2012–2015)
Dr. Leah Marcotte is a primary care physician and health services researcher in the Division of General Internal Medicine. Her research focus is to develop and test innovative primary care delivery approaches among populations who face barriers to access and health disparities. She is interested in learning health systems research—working with health systems to directly integrate research methods and evaluations into healthcare operations. She is currently part of an interdisciplinary research team working to address disparities in breast cancer screening using human-centered design and implementation science approaches. She is a CATALyST K12 Learning Health Systems Research Scholar.
Dr. Marcotte enjoys mentoring and advising medical students, residents, and fellows interested in health services research and welcomes email requests to learn more about research opportunities.