Kenneth G. Schellhase, MD, MPH
Associate Director, Center for Healthy Communities and Research
Department of Family and Community Medicine
After a brief time in the military, graduate school in philosophy, and post-baccalaureate pre-med work at Columbia, Ken Schellhase attended U. Penn for medical school. He did a family medicine residency at the University of Washington, and stayed there as a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Clinical Scholar and obtained an MPH degree focusing on health services research. Currently he is Associate Director of the Center for Healthy Communities and Research in the Department of Family and Community Medicine at the Medical College of Wisconsin. He has been funded through the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Generalist Physician Faculty Scholars Program to study care disparities among cancer survivors and by the Healthier Wisconsin Partnership Program to improve oral health among low-income children. He is also the Medical Director of Children's Community Health Plan, a Medicaid-only health plan in Southeast Wisconsin; this role affords the opportunity to engage in population-level research focusing on underserved individuals. He remains clinically active at the Waukesha Family Medicine Residency.
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