John Poe is a postdoctoral research scholar and research methodologist with the Center for Health Services and Systems Research at the University of Kentucky. He received his PhD in Political Science at the University of Kentucky in 2017. His research interests are varied but mostly focus on the determinants, mechanisms, and effects of the policy process. His work ranges from the psychological bases of policy-specific attitudes and their impacts on the policy process to the determinants of policy adoption to research policy delivery and implementation. Substantively, he has worked on projects ranging from gay rights to environmental policy to health services research. Methodologically, he works primarily on problems dealing with clustered, multilevel, and longitudinal data structures with a strong multidisciplinary background in econometrics, psychometrics, and statistics. He also teaches advanced multilevel modeling at the ICPSR Summer Program in Ann Arbor, MI.