Ingrid Lund is the practice manager for the University Research Forum, the membership within EAB serving chief research officers and dedicated to advancing the research enterprise at universities. She directs research for member national meeting events and publications, and also travels nationwide to present at strategic planning sessions and conferences.
Ingrid joined The Advisory Board Company in 2008, serving on the health care side of the company for 9 years. There she led the Physician Practice Roundtable, the membership serving large independent physician organizations and the Imaging Performance Partnership, managing strategic research for imaging providers. In these roles, she focused on the MACRA legislation, the transition to value-based payment models, building physician-hospital alignment, health care pricing strategy, and managing appropriate utilization.
Prior to joining the Advisory Board, Ingrid performed bench research, working at the National Institute of Mental Health and at Georgetown University’s Department of Neuroscience. Ingrid received her doctor of philosophy degree in neuroscience from the University of Pennsylvania, where she studied the molecular biological pathways involved in the development of Temporal Lobe Epilepsy. Her doctoral work resulted in several publications in peer-reviewed scientific journals and presentations at national meetings. She earned her Bachelor of Science degree in biopsychology and cognitive science from the University of Michigan.