Dr. Grace Brannan is a Sensory Scientist/Statistician with 20 years of industry and academic research, teaching and grant writing experience. Her expertise is in the areas of sensory science, qualitative and quantitative population-based, behavioral, and public health research studies, quality improvement, design of experiments, and statistics. She held a variety of technical consulting and management positions prior to joining the Centers for Osteopathic Research and Education (CORE) at Ohio University, in 2006.
She has co-authored numerous peer-reviewed publications and has co-authored a book on statistically-based quality measures.
Dr. Brannan has been an associate member of the prestigious International Academy of Quality since 2007 and as an Academician since 2014. She has conducted many research, sensory, and statistical trainings globally. In her current position as CORE Research Executive Director she advises physicians, residents, and medical students on research methodology, design, and statistics and quality improvement methods. She holds a Bachelors degree from the University of the Philippines, a Master of Science degree from the University of Georgia, USA and a Doctorate degree from Kansas State University, USA.