Assistant Dean of Continuous Quality Improvement and Compliance
320 E. Canfield, Suite 310
Detroit, MI 48201
Jason Booza, Ph.D., is the assistant dean of Continuous Quality Improvement and Compliance for the Wayne State University School of Medicine.
His heads the Office of Assessment, Accreditation and Continuous Quality Improvement, which is responsible for the School of Medicine’s Liaison Committee on Medical Education accreditation process. The office also monitors the quality of programs within undergraduate medical education programs and facilitate quality improvement projects.
An assistant professor of Family Medicine and Public Health Sciences, Dr. Booza has taught courses in the master’s of Public Health program and for WSU’s Department of Urban Studies and Planning. He lectures on applied research methodology across the university and is course director for the School of Medicine’s Medical Education and Evaluation co-curricular program.
He received his bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice in 1999 from the University of Detroit Mercy, his master’s degree in Sociology in 2003 from Wayne State University and his doctoral degree in Political Science in 2009, also from WSU.