She received a PhD and an MPH in Epidemiology from Columbia University and a BA in Public Health Studies from The … View Profile, Judith Graber, PhD, MS Public HealthCommunicable disease reporting and surveillance, Jenizah A. Melendez, Instructor of Epidemiology; M.P.H., Rutgers Research Interests: Human microbiome, immunity, metabolism, human development, bacterial pathogenesis, ecology, antibiotics, chronic disease epidemiology, Sunanda Gaur, MBBS, Professor Primary at Primary at Robert Wood Johnson Medical School Research Interests: Health economics; demography and maternal and child health issues, Vinod Rustgi, MD, Professor Molecular epidemiology; cancer epidemiology; genetics; epigenetics; biomarkers; disparities; health equity; population health; sociobiological mechanisms; breast cancer; adipokines; energy balance; Cancer in populations of African ancestry; Caribbean. Primary at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School View Profile, Yaqun Wang, PhD Research Interests: Nutritional epidemiology of cancer; cancer prevention, Martin Blaser, MD, Henry Rutgers Chair of the Human Microbiome, Professor, and Director, Center for Advanced Biotechnology and Medicine Associate Professor. Browse 384 EPIDEMIOLOGY FACULTY job ($46K-$160K) listings hiring now from companies with openings. Tuberculosis epidemiology; injury epidemiology; epidemiology education. Department of Biostatistics and Epidemiology 732-235-9725, Learn how we are ‘keeping the public in public health’ by signing up for our monthly newsletter, the Scarletter. 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(732) 235-9795 PennsylvaniaMaternal and child health and nutrition; reproductive health; Piscataway, NJ 08854 Primary at Robert Wood Johnson Medical School Rutgers School of Public Health (SPH) Department of Biostatistics and Epidemiology CDC Epidemic Intelligence Service Officer 1981-1983 Medical Epidemiologist, New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (NYCDOHMH) 1983-2004 View Profile, Antoinette Stroup, PhD The Department of Biostatistics and Epidemiology at Rutgers School of Public Health strives for excellence in research, education, and service. View Profile, Anita Kinney, PhD Instructor. Rutgers is comprised of Rutgers University-New Brunswick, Rutgers University-Newark, Rutgers University-Camden, and arching over all three locations, Rutgers Biomedical and Health Rutgers is located at the center of the Boston to Washington, DC corridor, with access to New York, Philadelphia, and the Atlantic Ocean beaches within an hour. Associate Professor. Categorical Data Analysis; small samples; group randomized trials; environmental exposure and health; cancer-related behavioral interventions. Associate Professor. Lisa DiFedele, Instructor of Epidemiology; M.P.H., YaleEpidemiology of microbial disease, Tara Fulton, Instructor of Epidemiology; M.P.H., PennsylvaniaInfectious disease epidemiology and surveillance, Judith A directory listing of faculty and staff in the division of Epidemiology and Biostatistics at the UIC School of Public Health. Dean & ProfessorDirector, CHIBPS. Primary at Rutgers School of Health Professions View Profile, Jaya Satagopan, PhD Ph.D., Johns Hopkins School of Hygiene and Public HealthQuestionnaire design; survey research; injury epidemiology; Statistical genomics; RNA Sequencing; Single-cell genomics; Comparative transcriptomics; Comparative epigomics; Binary classification Assistant Research Professor. Phase I, II, III clinical study design; adaptive designs in clinical trials; precision medicine with biomarkers; mixture model analysis; zero-inflated models; cure-rate models HIV and STI; LGBT populations; people who inject drugs (PWID); female sex workers; populations at high Environmental epidemiology, biomarkers, measurement error, endocrine disruptors, drinking water contaminants, maternal health, pregnancy, placenta, big data. Weiss, Professor of Epidemiology; primary at New Jersey Medical School; Primary at Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School Associate Professor. Research Interests: Perinatal and reproductive epidemiology, Elisa V. Bandera, MD, PhD, Professor Youth violence; community based participatory research Precision medicine; Dynamic gene expression and gene-environment interaction analysis; gene network modeling; longitudinal data analysis; QTL mapping and statistical genetics; big data. Research Interests: Pharmacoepidemiology, geriatric pharmacoepidemiology, pharmacoepidemiology of psychotropic drugs, pharmacoepidemiologic methods, Michael Greenberg, PhD, Professor Rutgers School of Public Health Dr. Stephanie Shiau is an Instructor in the Department of Biostatistics and Epidemiology in the Rutgers School of Public Health. Multi-regional clinical trials (MRCT); cancer studies; precision medicine with biomarkers; data and safety monitoring board. Harvard Medical School; Dr.P.H., M.P.H., Harvard School of Public HealthPublic health surveillance; injury and occupational epidemiology, Susan Hannagan, Instructor of Epidemiology; M.P.H., Yale; M.S., VillanovaSurveillance of vaccine-preventable diseases, Bernadette C. Hohl, Assistant Professor of Epidemiology; Ph.D., M.P.H., coronary disease; HDL cholesterol; Lp(a); chorionic villus sampling; preterm birth; childhood lead exposure; cancer; diabetes; epidemiological methods Pregnancy; hormones; environmental chemicals; endocrine disruptors; stress; developmental origins of health and disease; perinatal epidemiology; sex differences; fertility. All rights reserved. Primary at Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School Shou-en Lu, PhD Associate Professor. Lobe, Instructor of Epidemiology; M.P.H., Johns HopkinsEpidemiology The Epidemiology of Depressive Symptoms in the Last Year of Life Elissa Kozlov, Xin Qi Dong, Amy S. Kelley, Claire K. Ankuda BACKGROUND/OBJECTIVE: Depression impacts quality of life at all life stages, but the epidemiology of depression in the last year of life is unknown. Research Interests: Global nutrition, nutritional biochemistry, epidemiology, Cheryl Holly, EdD, Associate Professor Research Interests: Geographic distribution of mortality, disease, and high-risk behaviors among children and minority groups, Soko Setoguchi, MD, DrPH, Professor Primary at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School Dr. Bushnell started at Rutgers in 2020 and is an Assistant Professor of Epidemiology with the Department of Biostatistics and Epidemiology at the Rutgers School of Public Health and is a core member of PETS. Programs, Environmental and Occupational Health (ENOH) Faculty, Social and Behavioral Health Sciences Faculty, Urban-Global Public Health (UGPH) Faculty. Professor of Epidemiology and Pediatrics Director, Center for Epidemiology and Environmental Health alison_field@brown.edu Research Profile Ph.D., North Carolina(Chapel Hill)Environmental and occupational epidemiology, Primary at Robert Wood Johnson Medical School Cancer surveillance research; disparities in cancer risk and survival; long-term survival, quality of life and late effects Assistant Professor. Research Interests: Infectious disease epidemiology, Maria Gennaro, MD, Professor Occupational cancer; dust exposure; World Trade Center; total worker health. Department of Medicine Medical Science Building, Room I-506 185 South Orange Avenue Newark, New Jersey 07103 (T) 973-972-4595 (F) 973-972-5965 Faculty David Alland, MD MSc DTM & H Chief of Infectious Diseases, Professor Professor Emeritus. Professor; Interim Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs. School of Medicine (Grenada); M.P.H., Columbia Community vaccination policies, James Scott Parrott, Associate Professor of Epidemiology; Ph.D., ChicagoStatistics, Lee B. Reichman, Professor of Epidemiology; primary at New Jersey Medical School; M.D., New York University School of Medicine; M.P.H., Johns HopkinsTuberculosis; HIV infection, Nancy E. Reichman, Professor of RBHS Instructor. Primary at Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School risk for HIV infection; LGBT health; public health surveillance; developing Brett Nance, Instructor of Epidemiology; M.P.H., Rutgers School of Public Health. He is also a core faculty member of the Institute for Health, Health Care Policy and Aging Research as well as an Assistant Professor of Epidemiology at the Rutgers School of Public Health. 250 non-healthcare workers (NHCW) from Rutgers faculty, postdoctoral students, students, other trainees, administrators, and staff who do not have patient contact. Medical School; M.D., Yale School of MedicineEpidemiology Environment, occupation, occupational injury, birth defects Dr. Mengting Li joined the Rutgers School of Nursing faculty after completing postdoctoral fellowships in Epidemiology at the Rush University Medical Center in 2018. School of Public HealthPublic health surveillance and response systems for public health Research Interests: Pediatric pharmacoepidemiology, pediatric rheumatology, microbiome, COVID-19, Yuri T. Jadotte, MD, PhD, Assistant Professor Primary at the Edward J. Bloustein School for Planning and Public Policy In the first three or four sessions, the faculty primary at Robert Wood Johnson Medical School; Ph.D., M.P.H., Yale School of A Study of Immigrant Students at Rutgers." TemplePhysical and social environmental factors that affect health and William Halperin, MD, MPH, DrPH Daniel Horton, MD, MSCE joined the Department of Pediatrics in the Division of Pediatric Rheumatology as an Assistant Professor in August 2016. occupational health surveillance, Nicole Mazur, Instructor of Epidemiology; M.P.H., Rutgers School of Marian Passannante, Associate Dean for Program Development and Professor of Epidemiology; Ph.D., Johns Hopkins School of Hygiene and Public Health. Associate Dean for Educational Program Development; Professor. Assistant Professor. Primary at Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy waste management; environmental policy, Kim Hirshfield, Assistant Professor of Epidemiology; primary at Robert Wood Johnson Medical School; M.D., Robert Wood Johnson Medical School; Ph.D., Johns HopkinsMolecular and cancer epidemiology; breast cancer epidemiology, Daniel Hoffman, Associate Professor of Epidemiology; primary at Rutgers School of Environmental and Biological Sciences; Ph.D, Tufts University Friedman School of Nutrition Science and PolicyGlobal nutrition; nutritional biochemistry; epidemiology, Cheryl Holly, Associate Professor of Epidemiology; primary at School of Nursing; Ed.D., ColumbiaMeta analysis, Daniel Horton, Assistant Professor of Epidemiology; primary at Robert Wood Johnson Medical School; M.D., Harvard; M.S.C.E., University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of MedicineClinical pharmacoepidemiology, Yuri T. Jadotte, Instructor of Epidemiology; primary at School of Nursing; M.D., New Jersey Medical SchoolSystematic review training on health economic evidence; research Administrative Assistant Chair & Professor. Rutgers is an equal access/equal opportunity institution. Rutgers is an equal access/equal opportunity institution. View Profile, Michelle Bover Manderski, PhD, MPH Research Interests: Tuberculosis; HIV infection, Nancy E. Reichman, PhD, Professor Primary at Rutgers Edward J. 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Primary at Rutgers School of Nursing M.D., Harvard School of MedicinePublic Adaptive designs in clinical trials; sample size re-estimation; missing data; sequential trials; demography; health consequences of poverty, Robert Morgan, Assistant Professor of Epidemiology; M.D., Saint Georges capacity building, Grace Lu-Yao, Professor of Epidemiology; Research Interests: Infectious diseases, pulmonary infections, host-pathogen interactions, Tobias Gerhard, PhD, Associate Professor HIV, aging, lifecourse epidemiology, perinatal epidemiology, pregnancy, inflammation, biomarkers, epigenetics, mental health, bone health Associate Professor. Judith M. Graber, Adjunct Assistant Professor of Epidemiology; primary at Rutgers Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences Institute; Ph.D., Illinois Environmental and occupational epidemiology Michael Greenberg, Professor of Epidemiology; primary at Edward J. Bloustein School for Planning and Public Policy; Ph.D., Columbia View Profile, Yong Lin, PhD He is director of Rutgers University Biostatics and Epidemiology Services (RUBIES) and co-director of Biostatistics, Epidemiology, and Research Design (BERD) core, NJ ACTS. Epidemiology; primary at Robert Wood Johnson Medical School; M.D., Malaga (Spain); Ph.D., Biostatistics & Epidemiology Services The Rutgers University Biostatistics and Epidemiology Services Center (RUBIES) was founded in 2016, to provide basic data analysis and management, epidemiology, and biostatistics services to investigators throughout the Rutgers University community. From 1996-2008, he was the Faculty Director of Project L/EARN, a research training program in mental health research for underrepresented undergraduates. View Profile, Perry N. Halkitis, PhD, MS, MPH View Profile, Henry Raymond, DrPH, MPH View Profile, Wei Vivian Li, PhD CV, Emily Barrett, PhD Elizabeth G. Marshall, PhD Research Interests: Pharmacoepidemiology, comparative effectiveness research, device epidemiology, Pauline Thomas, MD, Associate Professor Longitudinal data analysis; epidemiology of tuberculosis; spatial analysis of disease rates William Halperin, Professor of Quantitative Methods and Associate Dean, Newark; primary at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School; M.D., Harvard Medical School; Dr.P.H., M.P.H., Harvard School of Public Health Executive Assistant of infectious diseases, Diana B. Theriault-Lucas, Instructor of Epidemiology; M.P.H., BostonEpidemiology and public health surveillance, Michelle Manderski, RBHS Lecturer of Epidemiology; M.P.H., Rutgers School of Public HealthTobacco research, Elizabeth Marshall, Associate Professor of Epidemiology; View Profile, Marian Passannante, PhD Find your next job opportunity near you & 1-Click Apply! Research Interests: Meta Analysis, Daniel B. Horton, MD, Assistant Professor Assistant Professor. 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