Dr. Rozalina G. McCoy is an endocrinologist, primary care physician, and NIH-funded health services researcher at the Mayo Clinic. Dr. McCoy's research focuses on the evaluation and improvement of care for people with diabetes, particularly in the context of multi-morbidity. Dr. McCoy’s research relies on using real-world data and advanced computational methods to identify optimal diabetes management strategies and care delivery methods, with the ultimate goal of developing and facilitating patient-centered, evidence-based, timely, and equitable approaches to care. Dr. McCoy received her undergraduate degree at Harvard, medical degree at Johns Hopkins, and master’s degree in clinical and translational science at Mayo Clinic. After completing her internal medicine residency and endocrinology fellowship at Mayo Clinic, she has been on faculty at the Mayo Clinic since 2015.

Dr. McCoy was a 2013 AcademyHealth Delivery System Science Fellow. Her host site was the Mayo Clinic.