Albert Wu Appointed Director of Strategic Collaborations at Armstrong Institute
Albert W. Wu, M.D., a professor of health policy and management and medicine, recently joined the leadership team at the Armstrong Institute for Patient Safety and Quality as the new director of strategic collaborations. In this role, Wu develops and executes strategic priorities and initiatives within the institute and Johns Hopkins University that support relationships with institutions external to Johns Hopkins. Wu also holds joint appointments in epidemiology, international health, surgery and business. He’s director of the Center for Health Services and Outcomes Research at the Bloomberg School of Public Health, director of the online Masters of Applied Science in Patient Safety and Healthcare Quality, and is editor-in-chief of the Journal of Patient Safety and Risk Management. Wu advises many U.S. and international organizations on patient-reported outcomes and patient safety. He served on the Institute of Medicine committee on the prevention of medication errors, and was senior adviser for Patient Safety to the World Health Organization.