Dr. Murphy is a general internist and clinician investigator whose research focuses on improving physical health care delivery for patients with comorbid serious mental illness and reducing gaps in care quality that disproportionately affect this population. She completed residency training in the Johns Hopkins Osler Internal Medicine Program and the Urban Health Primary Care track, where she developed her clinical interests in caring for marginalized populations, and then completed a general medicine fellowship where she gained advanced training in epidemiology and clinical research. She is interested in using health services research methods, mixed-methods, and implementation science to address gaps in care quality and care processes. Dr. Murphy studies cancer screening and chronic disease management as models of care quality and the strategizes to improve coordination between primary care and mental health providers. She also has ongoing work focused on implicit bias and populations with serious mental illness.