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Clinical Faculty

Clinical titles are extended to a person who holds a primary appointment with an outside agency or non-academic unit of the University, or who is in private practice. Clinical faculty make substantial contributions to University programs through their expertise, interest, and motivation to work with the faculty in preparing and assisting with the instruction of students in practicum settings.

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Susan Barkan PhD
Clinical Assistant Professor
Elimination of disparities in health and wellness; social determinants of health; parent and child health; intervention research and evaluation; child welfare.

Andrew J. Brunskill MPH, MB, PhD
Clinical Assistant Professor
Health policy

Nadine L. Chan PhD, MPH
Clinical Assistant Professor
Evaluation of public health interventions, policies, and systems; practice-based research; disparities assessment; social epidemiology

David Fleming MD
Clinical Associate Professor
HIV and sexually transmitted diseases; health promotion and chronic disease prevention; environmental, occupational and injury epidemiology; and vital records and community assessment

James A. Gaudino MD, MPH, MS
Clinical Associate Professor
Maternal, infant, child, adolescent and family health; health care transformation, health care reform outcome and quality improvement research.

Dawn Gill PhD
Clinical Assistant Professor
Aging population; functional decline in neurodegenerative, vascular and other conditions causing dementia; physical activity measurement and evaluation; survey methodology; and accidental falls and related injuries in older adults.

Marcia J. Goldoft MS, MPH, MD
Clinical Assistant Professor
Acute commmunicable disease epidemiology for public health practice.

Steven D. Helgerson MD, MPH
Clinical Associate Professor
Field epidemiology, applied epidemiology

Jo Hofmann MD
Clinical Assistant Professor
Communicable disease

Dick E. Hoskins PhD, MPH
Clinical Associate Professor
Applications of geographic information systems to public health practice, spatial statistics, environmental hazard assessment for wildlife

Jennifer Jacobs MD, MPH
Clinical Assistant Professor
Global Health, Alternative Medicine, Primary Health Care, Childhood Infectious Disease

John M. Kobayashi MD, MPH
Clinical Associate Professor
Infectious diseases

Steven C. Macdonald PhD, MPH
Clinical Associate Professor
Non-infectious conditions; environmental epidemiology, disease surveillance methodology, and control of non-infectious diseases

Charles M. Nolan MD
Clinical Professor
Tuberculosis locally, nationally, and internationally

Jenny W. Pang MD, MPH
Clinical Assistant Professor
Tuberculosis control

Robert E. Quick MD, MPH, MS
Clinical Assistant Professor
Diarrheal prevention in developing world

Ross H. Ronish MD, MPH
Clinical Assistant Professor
Emerging infectious disease; occupational hazards and illnesses and their mitigation; evidence-gathering medicine

Michael S. Smyser MPH
Clinical Instructor
Measurement of racial and ethnic health disparities

Christopher E. Spitters MD, MPH, MA
Clinical Associate Professor
Diagnosis, treatment and epidemiology of tuberculosis and other communicable diseases; economics of drug development and intellectual property

Jeanette K. Stehr-Green MD
Clinical Assistant Professor
Development and testing of distance-based epidemiologic training materials and innovative delivery systems

Laurie K. Stewart MS
Clinical Instructor
Foodborne disease and outbreak investigation methods.

Jonathan R. Sugarman MD, MPH
Clinical Professor
Healthcare quality, American Indian/Alaska native health

Jeffrey H. Sullivan MD, MHS
Clinical Assistant Professor
Clinical Epidemiology/ Infectious disease epidemiology pertaining to respiratory infections and immunizations

Hanne Thiede DVM, MPH
Clinical Assistant Professor
Infectious diseases, especially HIV, hepatits, STDs and zoonotic diseases

Andrew R. Wiesen MD, MPH
Clinical Assistant Professor
Vaccinations, pregnancy, and biostatistics

Eva Y. Wong PhD, MS
Clinical Assistant Professor
Maternal and child health, environmental and occupational epidemiology, health inequities, chronic disease, public health practice and methodology