Evaluative Sciences: Faculty and Staff

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The faculty of the Division of Evaluative Sciences will play a critical role in meeting these challenges by providing the analytical and statistical skills necessary to benchmark and evaluate health improvement initiatives in communities and health care settings.

Faculty Members of the Division of Evaluative Sciences include:

Academic Interests: Health care policy, with an emphasis on workforce issues 
Assistant Professor  
Academic Interests: Demography; Epidemiology of Sleep; Birth spacing patterns; International health; Social determinants of health
Assistant Professor  
Academic Interests: Community-based participatory research; qualitative research methods; family violence.
Academic Interests: Health policy, preventive medicine and public health, drug abuse policy, exercise and sports, fitness, and wellness. 
Evonne Kaplan-Liss, M.D., M.P.H.
Clinical Assistant Professor  
Academic Interests: Pediatrics, preventive medicine/public health, pediatric environmental exposures, and journalism.
Assistant Professor  
Academic Interests: Exposure science, GIScience, health geography, and environmental epidemiology by developing methodologies for integrating sources of spatial, temporal, and spatio-temporal variability in environmental health applications. 
Assistant Professor
Academic Interests: Maternal and child health, gender-based violence, gender equity, social policy, program evaluation, sub-Saharan Africa, Latin America
John Rizzo, Ph.D.
Academic Interests: Health economics, clinical outcomes research, health services research, risk assessment

MPH Academic Coordinator

Mary Vogelle-Buscemi

Office Administrator, Graduate Program in Public Health

Eileen Zappia

Program Secretary, Graduate Program in Public Health

Last updated by elizabeth.seaman on October 09, 2013

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