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Sociologist, Rand Corporation
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Dmitry Khodyakov is a sociologist at RAND and a faculty member at the RAND Pardee Graduate School. His research focuses primarily on partnership development and maintenance, intervention and program evaluation, expert elicitation and stakeholder engagement approaches, CBPR, intra- and inter-organizational collaboration, and trust. As a methodologist, Dr. Khodyakov is an expert in qualitative and mixed-methods research, case study approaches, and methods of expert elicitation. His evaluation experiences range from evaluating worksite wellness programs and state health care worker influenza vaccination requirements to network-based approaches to intervention dissemination and community-academic partnered approaches to quality improvement intervention implementation and outcomes. Dr. Khodyakov is the principal investigator of a study funded by the National Institutes of Health that explores research ethics in academic-community partnered projects. He is also a co-developer of the ExpertLens system and methodology for eliciting opinions from large, distributed, and diverse groups of stakeholders. Dr. Khodyakov is the recipient of major national and international awards, including the 2011 New Investigator Award from the National Institute of Mental Health and the 2006 Award for Junior Sociologists from the International Sociological Association. For a list of his recent publications, please visit: