Get in contact with Steve Corbett, Ph.D.
Steve Corbett, Ph.D., Senior Analyst, conducts qualitative and quantitative research and quality assurance reviews. He works primarily on population health strategies, focusing on issues such as racial and ethnic health disparities, infant mortality, climate change, rural health and medical marijuana. Steve also serves as Knowledge Resource Coordinator for the Center for Sharing Public Health Services, a national initiative managed by KHI and funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation which focuses on service sharing as a strategy to create efficiencies in public health.
Prior to joining KHI, Steve was a visiting professor at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and an instructor at several local universities, including the University of Kansas, the University of Missouri at Kansas City and Avila University. He currently has adjunct appointments at Washburn University and Johnson County Community College. In addition, he has worked on health promotion and community development projects for both the Kickapoo Tribe in Kansas and the Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation.
Steve earned a doctorate degree in biomedical anthropology, a master’s degree in biological anthropology and a bachelor’s degree in anthropology from the University of Kansas.