Research Staff

Martha Crowe, MA

Research Associate

Martha came to the IPH in 2013 and works as a Research Associate and Medical Writer. She is also an Adjunct Assistant Professor in the School of Public Health and Weber Honors College. She has worked with a variety of organizations from small, local nonprofits to large governmental organizations designing and implementing program evaluations. She has special expertise in needs assessments, survey design, focus groups, and key informant interviews and loves conducting qualitative research to help tell the unique stories of people in the community. Martha also enjoys creating professional development curricula. Martha's past projects have centered on community health needs assessments; syringe service programs and other harm reduction approaches; breast, cervical, and ovarian cancer; cardiac screening in youth; oral health; foster care; trauma; and behavioral health. Prior to the IPH, Martha worked as a consultant for nonprofit organizations and spent many years working for the local Court Appointed Special Advocate Association, Voices for Children.


  • MA, Applied Child Development, Tufts University
  • BA, Anthropology, Boston University

Areas of Expertise

Program evaluation, qualitative research, medical writing, curriculum development

Last Updated: 5/10/2024