Rosy Chang Weir
Director of Research
(510) 272-9536 x107
Rosy Chang Weir oversees AAPCHO’s research programs and conducts research that aims to increase access to quality health care services that are culturally and linguistically appropriate for Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and other Pacific Islanders (AA&NHOPIs). She is currently working on the Enabling Services Accountability project to examine the impact of enabling services on healthcare access and outcomes, as well as the Medically Underserved AA&NHOPI Communities Geographic Information System project to provide a better understanding of underserved AA&NHOPIs communities.
Before joining AAPCHO in 2002, Rosy studied the development of Asian-European American interethnic relationships and developmental pathways from preschool through adulthood. An immigrant from Laos, Rosy received her Bachelor Degree and PhD in Psychology at the University of California, San Diego and Santa Cruz, respectively.