Research

The Department of Public Health Sciences (PHS) faculty study the individual, collective, environmental, and economic factors that affect the health of human populations. The Department’s multidisciplinary environment encourages cross-disciplinary research. Faculty from PHS advise and collaborate on projects throughout the University including with faculty from sociology, social work, public policy, psychology, and economics.

Biostatistics:  Lin Chen, PhD; James Dignam, PhD; Robert Gibbons, PhD; Donald Hedeker, PhDMei-Yin Polley, PhD; Yuan Ji, PhD

Epidemiology:  Habibul Ahsan, MD, MMedSc; Kavi Bhalla, PhD; Brian Chiu, PhD; Dezheng Huo, MD, PhD; Diane Sperling Lauderdale, PhD; Aresha Martinez-Cardoso, PhD Brandon Pierce, PhD; John Schneider, MD, MPH, Marcia Tan, PhD

Health Services Research:  R. Tamara Konetzka, PhD; Harold Pollack, PhD; Prachi Sanghavi, PhD; Loren Saulsberry, PhD