Jacqueline B. Amoozegar

Public Health Research Analyst

Jacqueline Amoozegar has more than 15 years of experience conducting mixed-methods research on public health systems and services. Ms. Amoozegar specializes in planning for and evaluating the implementation of public health programs and interventions, practices and processes, and tools and technologies. Specifically, she has led the conceptualization and refinement of evaluation plans; engaged stakeholders and subject matter experts; conducted focus groups, interviews, and surveys; developed and implemented analysis plans; and co-authored articles and reports summarizing actionable study findings and recommendations. Ms. Amoozegar also has extensive experience developing and testing health communications, including messages and materials on a variety of topics, such as prescription drug promotion, medication use and safety, and public health emergency preparedness and response.

Areas of Expertise:

  • Public health program and intervention planning, implementation, and evaluation
  • Patient-provider communication and shared decision-making
  • Prescription drug promotion, use, and safety
  • Public health emergency preparedness and response
  • Vaccination



  • MSPH, Health Policy and Management, Gillings School of Global Public Health, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  • BA, Political Science and Psychology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill