Osvaldo Arambulo

Osvaldo Arambulo is a Project Analyst at Discern Health with experience in community health research, psychiatric patient reception in the outpatient setting, and gun violence prevention. He currently supports projects related to program evaluation, quality improvement, and federal rulemaking.

Prior to joining Discern, Osvaldo was involved with the Johns Hopkins University Center for Gun Policy and Research, where he explored the relationship between concealed-carry gun laws and interpersonal firearm violence. He has also helped implement and evaluate a research and ethics training manual for community health workers at the University of California San Diego.

Areas of Expertise

  • Value-based payment models
  • Qualitative analysis
  • Policy evaluation


  • MSPH, Health Policy and Management — Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health
  • BS, Public Health — University of California San Diego


  • Baltimore, MD

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