Sarah Goff is an Associate Professor and dual boarded primary care pediatrician and internist at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. Her research broadly seeks to address issues of quality and equity in the U.S. health care system. Much of her work focuses on health and health care for women and children. Recent studies include determining the relationship between organizational factors and pediatric health care quality, identifying barriers to effective implementation of evidence-based guidelines for perinatal depression in pediatric practices, and determining whether Medicaid accountable care organizations improve asthma outcomes for children at high risk for disparities. She is a mixed-methodologist and uses administrative data, surveys, key-informant interviews, focus groups, secondary textual analyses, and ethnographic methods to answer research questions. She not only enjoys multi-disciplinary collaboration, including with community partners, but finds it necessary to try to address the complex issues of quality and equity found in the U.S. health care system.