Dr. Huber's research focuses on positive and collaborative leadership and teamwork in healthcare organizations. He has led work in improving quality, safety, and patient experience in healthcare for more than twenty years in such areas as performance improvement, operational excellence, leadership and strategy. He has diverse professional leadership experience in industry, academia, and management consulting. Dr. Huber's research focuses on leadership at the individual, team, organizational, and societal levels. He is interested in understanding the role of positive and collaborative leadership and teamwork in enabling and promoting positive deviance in quality, safety, and patient experience in organizations. He is a mixed methods health services and management researcher with an emphasis on innovative qualitative, ethnographic, and positive post-modern methods. In the past, Dr. Huber has led research and evidence based consulting engagements as a managing director of strategy at Kaiser Permanente leading large-scale change efforts across thirty-six hospitals, developing leadership improvement science capability in Silicon Valley companies, and leading multi-institutional research collaboratives. Dr. Huber has worked with many clinics, hospitals and health systems across the United States and Europe including such organizations as; Kaiser Permanente, Bon Secours Health System, California Children’s Hospital Association, California Healthcare Foundation, Intermountain Healthcare, Mayo Clinics, and Mass General Hospital. Dr. Huber has been a research associate at Dartmouth Medical School and faculty member of the Institute for Healthcare Improvement. He has a doctorate in Health Policy and Management from the UC Berkeley, a master's degree in public health from the Dartmouth Institute of Health Policy and Clinical Practice, and a bachelor’s degree in Philosophy and Psychology from Dartmouth College.