Faculty and Trainers

Professor, BSD Academic Admin
dlauderd@uchicago.edu
Diane S. Lauderdale is Professor and Chair of the Department of Public Health Sciences. She is an epidemiologist whose research examines how behavioral and social...
Assistant Professor, Public Health Sciences
areshamc@uchicago.edu
Aresha Martinez-Cardoso is an interdisciplinary public health researcher and Assistant Professor in the Department of Public Health Sciences. Her research integrates...
Senior Scientist Affiliated With Public Health Sciences, Consortium For Advanced Science And Engineering (uchicago Case), Public Health Sciences
jozik@uchicago.edu
Associate Professor, Public Health Sciences
brandonpierce@uchicago.edu
Our group works at the intersection of genetic, molecular, and environmental epidemiology. We are interested in how genetic variation influences or alters the effects...
Helen Ross Professor, School of Social Service Administration
haroldp@uchicago.edu
Associate Professor, Public Health Sciences
mcpolley@uchicago.edu
Dr. Polley’s primary research involves the design, conduct, and analysis of all phases of cancer clinical trials. She is the Senior Statistician of the Brain Tumor...
Assistant Professor, Public Health Sciences
psanghavi@uchicago.edu
Prachi Sanghavi is a health policy researcher who uses empirical methods to study comparative effectiveness of health care services, quality of care measurement, and...
Assistant Professor, Public Health Sciences
lsaulsberry@uchicago.edu
Loren Saulsberry is a health policy and health services researcher focusing on factors that influence both public opinion and behaviors vital to public health. Dr....
Professor, Medicine-Infectious Diseases
jschnei1@medicine.bsd.uchicago.edu
Dr. John Schneider MD, MPH, Professor of Medicine and Epidemiology, is a network epidemiologist and infectious disease specialist in the Departments of Medicine and...
Assistant Professor, Public Health Sciences
mmtan@uchicago.edu
Dr. Tan is a health psychologist and epidemiologist who focuses on reducing health disparities among underserved populations through health behavior change. Her...