Adrian Hernandez MD, MHS

Adrian Hernandez

Core Faculty

Adrian Hernandez, MD, MHS

Degree

MD, University of Texas at Dallas

Dr. Hernandez is a cardiologist with extensive experience in clinical research ranging from clinical trials to outcomes and health services research. He is Vice Dean for Clinical Research in the School of Medicine and a Faculty Associate Director of the DCRI. He leads research programs focused on understanding population health, generating real-world evidence, and improving patient-centered outcomes through development of new therapies and better care delivery in our national health system. He is the Coordinating Center Principal Investigator for multiple networks and clinical trials such as the NHLBI’s Heart Failure Clinical Research Network, PCORI’s National Patient-Centered Clinical Research Network (PCORnet) and NIH’s Health System Collaboratory. A central aim of these networks is to transform clinical research by uniting patients, clinicians, health systems, and electronic health data to improve population health and decision making. Dr. Hernandez has over 450 published articles in top peer-reviewed journals including the New England Journal of MedicineJournal of the American Medical Association, and Lancet.

Silberberg M. Integrating Social Care and Medical Care: From the Why to the How and Back Again. Am J Public Health. 2024 Jun;114(6):543–5.

Smith SL, Francis HW, Witsell DL, Dubno JR, Dolor RJ, Bettger JP, et al. A Pragmatic Clinical Trial of Hearing Screening in Primary Care Clinics: Effect of Setting and Provider Encouragement. Ear Hear. 2024 Jan;45(1):23–34.

Silberberg M, Biederman DJ, Carmody E. Using Medicaid to Fund and Shape Tenancy Support Services: Key Considerations From Research in North Carolina and Louisiana. Housing Policy Debate. 2024 Jan 1;34(3):305–25.