Russell Glasgow, PhD

Dr. Glasgow is the Director of the Dissemination and Implementation Science Program of ACCORDS and research professor in the Department of Family Medicine at the University of Colorado School of Medicine. From 2010- 2014, he was Deputy Director for Implementation Science in the Division of Cancer Control and Population Science at the U.S. National Cancer Institute. Dr. Glasgow is one of the original developers of the RE-AIM, PRISM and Dynamic Sustainability frameworks. He currently directs an NCI funded implementation science center.

Dr. Glasgow was trained as a clinical psychologist and has worked at the interface of individual, organizational, community and population health related interventions. He is an implementation scientist whose work focuses on public health issues of studying and enhancing the reach and adoption of evidence-based programs; adaptation and context; and pragmatic research methods and measures to enhance health equity and sustainment. Dr. Glasgow has published over 500 articles, been the PI on 25 NIH or AHRQ grants, and is among the top 1% of most frequently cited social scientists (Clarivate).  He currently focuses much of his time on mentoring, training, and building capacity in implementation science and is Multiple PI on the University of Colorado NHLBI funded K12 training program in implementation science.