Josef Bohm, DC, MPH
Dr. Bohm’s expertise in behavioral economics is focused on issues related to institutional advancement, educational policy, and planning. His career experience spans a successful dual career track in corporate and educational settings and includes formal training in epidemiology, research methods, and finance. His degrees include an MPH (Epidemiology and Public Health) from Yale University, a Doctor of Chiropractic from New York Chiropractic College, and a BS in Behavioral Sciences from New York Institute of Technology.
Dr. Bohm has developed an international career perspective through his work as the former executive vice-president of the Anglo-European College of Chiropractic, a first professional degree-granting institution and Associated College to the University of Portsmouth, England. This has provided him significant opportunities in the fields of institutional development, professional outreach, and government relations (U.S. and European Community).
He speaks regularly to research, government, and professional organizations on economics, health care, and educational policy. Dr. Bohm’s research interests include the analysis and evaluation of behavioral determinants for education, policy, and planning.