Affiliate Faculty, Northeastern’s Roux Institute
- Assistant Professor of Epidemiology, Department of Health Sciences, Bouvé College of Health Sciences
- Co-Investigator, OHDSI Health Equity Working Group
Brianne Olivieri-Mui is an epidemiologist with extensive experience in clinical and public health. She holds a PhD in epidemiology and population health from Northeastern University, and her training includes a postdoctoral fellowship through Harvard Medical School affiliate Hebrew SeniorLife and the school’s T32 Translational Research in Aging program; a master’s in epidemiology and biostatistics from Hunter College at the City University of New York; and undergraduate training in biology and chemistry from the University of Vermont.
Olivieri-Mui’s expertise lies in observational health data analytics as it applies to HIV and aging, nursing homes, LGBTQ+ health, and related health-services research. Her recent work uses Medicare and Medicaid data to better understand comorbidities, frailty, and other geriatric syndromes associated with healthcare quality and antiretroviral adherence patterns in older adults with HIV, particularly those in dependent-care settings. She is also developing novel methods for categorizing risk among heterogeneous older adults with multiple comorbidities.
As a faculty member affiliated with Northeastern’s OHDSI Center, Olivieri-Mui is expanding the scope of her research to include federated projects, in which researchers exploring the same research questions use a standardized approach and common data model to aggregate and analyze their data.
Ask her about:
- health equity research
- NIH All of Us Research Program