Ph.D., health policy and bioethics, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
M.A., bioethics, Case Western Reserve University
B.A., biology and philosophy, Wellesley College
Dr. Holzer is the Chair of the Department of Population Health & Leadership. She completed her Ph.D. in health policy and bioethics at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, her M.A. in bioethics at Case Western Reserve University, and her B.A. at Wellesley College, majoring in biology and philosophy. She is broadly interested in health equity and community well-being, specifically in the areas of active transportation and maternal health. She is an expert in community-based participatory research approaches. Her most recent work on maternal morbidities in the postpartum period has received awards and recognition from the American Public Health Association.
Holzer J, Fiedler G, & Londhe S (2022) Maternal Centric Measurement and Data Gaps in Addressing Maternal Morbidities: A Scoping Review. Maternal Child Health Journal https://doi.org/10.1007/s10995-022-03516-0
Fry, C. E., Young, C., Sudderth, M., Holzer, J. (2019). "Beyond the Manuscript: Development of a Tobacco control 'Prescription' in a Southern US City." Progress in community health partnerships : research, education, and action, 13(3), 247-251. Frye et al (2019)- Beyond the Manuscript Development of a tobacco control prescription-1.pdf
Calhoun, K., Eder, M., Holzer, J. (2018). "Beyond the Manuscript: Defining and Measuring Community Engagement and Community-Engaged Research." Progress in community health partnerships : research, education, and action, 12(2), 157-163. Calhoun et al (2018)- Beyond the Manuscript Defining and Measuring CE-1.pdf
Eder, M. M., Holzer, J., Calhoun, K., Strong, L. L. (2017). "A Retrospective on the Vision for Progress in Community Health Partnerships: Research, Education, and Action." Progress in community health partnerships : research, education, and action, 11(1), 1-11. Eder et al (2017) A retrospective on the vision for PCHP-1.pdf
MacQueen, K. M., Bhan, A., Frohlich, J., Holzer, J., Sugarman, J. (2015). "Evaluating community engagement in global health research: the need for metrics." BMC medical ethics, 16, 44.
Holzer, J., Kass, N. (2015). "Understanding the supports of and challenges to community engagement in the CTSAs." Clinical and translational science, 8(2), 116-22. Holzer and Kass (2014) Understanding the supports and challenges in CE in CTSAs-1.pdf
Holzer, J., Bradford, A. (2014). "Caregivers of Orthopedic Trauma Patients: Perspectives on Participating in Caregiver-Related Research." IRB, 36(5), 8-12.
Holzer, J., Canavan, M., Bradley, E. (2014). "County-level correlation between adult obesity rates and prevalence of dentists." Journal of the American Dental Association (1939), 145(9), 932-9.
Holzer, J., Ellis, L., Merritt, M. W. (2014). "Why we need community engagement in medical research." Journal of investigative medicine : the official publication of the American Federation for Clinical Research, 62(6), 851-5.
Holzer, J., Kass, N. (2014). "Community engagement strategies in the original and renewal applications for CTSA grant funding." Clinical and translational science, 7(1), 38-43.
Kimbrough-Sugick, J., Holzer, J., Bass, E. B. (2011). "Setting the agenda for community-based participatory research." The virtual mentor : VM, 13(2), 94-9.
Identifying Postpartum Care Patterns in National Survey Data: Who is getting the right care at the right time?, Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, November 2019, Londhe, S. (Author & Presenter), Holzer, J. (Author). Peer-reviewed/refereed
Maternal Morbidities: National and State-level data to address care quality in the US, Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA, November 2018, Holzer, J. (Author & Presenter), Londhe, S. (Author). Peer-reviewed/refereed
Maternal Morbidities: Identifying Significant Data Gaps and Implications for Creating Meaningful Quality Improvement in the United States, Annual Research Meeting, Seattle, WA, June 2018, Holzer, J. (Author & Presenter), Londhe, S. (Author). Peer-reviewed/refereed
Content analysis on maternal mortality review committee in the United States, Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association, Conference, Online- COVID, October 2020, Shahi, A. (Author & Presenter)*, Londhe, S. (Author), Holzer, J. (Author). Peer-reviewed/refereed
Preterm Labor and Postpartum Depression: Highlighting the Effects of Birth Experience on Maternal Morbidity, Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA, November 2018, Londhe, S. (Author & Presenter), Holzer, J. (Author), Londhe, A. (Author). Peer-reviewed/refereed
Encouraging Active Transportation on Long Island: Rating and Mapping Infrastructure to Drive Change, Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA, November 2017, Holzer, J., Silberger, S. (Author). Peer-reviewed/refereed
Identifying health needs in Roosevelt, New York: A community-based participatory research partnership for health equity, Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA, November 2017, Holzer, J. (Author), L. I. C. A. R. P. (Author & Presenter). Peer-reviewed/refereed
Maternal Spotlight, New Jersey Centering Consortium, Other, online, December 2020, Holzer, J. (Author & Presenter), Londhe, S. (Author).
This presentation introduced the work of Maternal Spotlight, including our educational podcast and our microgrant program.MS PPT for CHI-1.pptx