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Alberto Barcelo, M.D., M.Sc.

Alberto Barcelo, M.D., M.Sc.

Voluntary Associate Professor, Division of Epidemiology and Population Health Sciences, Department of Public Health Sciences


Charles Hendricks Brown, Ph.D.

C. Hendricks Brown, Ph.D.

Voluntary Professor, Division of Prevention Science and Community Health, Department of Public Health Sciences


Margaret M. Byrne, Ph.D.

Margaret M. Byrne, Ph.D.

Voluntary Associate Professor, Division of Health Services Research and Policy, Department of Public Health Sciences


Jeri B. Cohen, J.D.

Jeri B. Cohen, J.D.

Voluntary Associate Professor, Division of Prevention Science and Community Health, Department of Public Health Sciences


Daniel Dawes, JD

Daniel Dawes, JD

Voluntary Assistant Professor, Division of Health Services Research and Policy, Department of Public Health Sciences


Gayle, Dakof

Gayle Dakof

Voluntary Assistant Professor, Division of Health Services Research and Policy, Department of Public Health Sciences


Noella A. Dietz, Ph.D.

Noella A. Dietz, Ph.D.

Voluntary Associate Professor, Division of Epidemiology and Population Health Sciences, Department of Public Health Sciences


Lauren Kay Gooden, PhD

Lauren Kay Gooden, PhD

Voluntary Assistant Professor, Division of Health Services Research and Policy, Department of Public Health Sciences


Peter Gorski

Peter Gorski

Voluntary Assistant Professor, Division of Prevention Science and Community Health, Department of Public Health Sciences


Eric Hecht, MD, MSPH

Eric Hecht, MD, MSPH

Voluntary Associate Professor, Division of Epidemiology and Population Health Sciences, Department of Public Health Sciences


Julie Kornfeld, PhD, MPH

Julie Kornfeld, PhD, MPH

Voluntary Associate Professor, Division of Epidemiology and Population Health Sciences, Department of Public Health Sciences


Robert Makuch, Ph.D.

Robert Makuch, Ph.D.

Voluntary Faculty, Division of Biostatistics, Department of Public Health Sciences


Allan Meca, Ph.D.

Allan Meca, Ph.D.

Voluntary Assistant Professor, Division of Prevention Science and Community Health, Department of Public Health Sciences


Laverne Morrow

Laverne Morrow

Voluntary Assistant Professor, Division of Prevention Science and Community Health, Department of Public Health Sciences


Gunter Muller

Gunter Muller

Voluntary Associate Professor, Division of Environment and Public Health, Department of Public Health Sciences


Lauren Murphy, PhD

Lauren Murphy, PhD

Voluntary Assistant Professor, Division of Environment and Public Health, Department of Public Health Sciences


Dr. Lauren A. Murphy is a voluntary assistant professor of public health sciences in the Division of Environment and Public Health at the UM Department of Public Health Sciences and an industrial/organizational psychologist whose research focuses on occupational health psychology topic areas, including safety climate and work-life integration. Her work has examined employees in high-risk blue-collar occupations such as long-haul trucking and commercial construction. Dr. Murphy uses both quantitative and qualitative methods to conduct research, with an emphasis on mixed methods study designs. Her postdoctoral fellowship at the Liberty Mutual Research Institute for Safety and the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health extended Dr. Murphy’s expertise to macroergonomics and sociotechnical systems theory. She also serves as a preceptor for UM MD-MPH and traditional graduate public health students.


Gabriel Odom

Gabriel Odom, PhD

Voluntary Assistant Professor, Division of Biostatistics, Department of Public Health Sciences


Margaret R. Pereyra, DrPH

Margaret R. Pereyra, DrPH

Voluntary Assistant Professor, Division of Health Services Research and Policy, Department of Public Health Sciences


Karen Polson-Edwards, Ph.D.

Karen Polson-Edwards

Voluntary Assistant Professor, Division of Environment and Public Health, Department of Public Health Sciences


Sherri L. Porcelain, PhD, MPH

Sherri L. Porcelain, PhD, MPH

Voluntary Assistant Professor, Division of Health Services Research and Policy, Department of Public Health Sciences


Lourdes Rojas

Laura Redwine

Voluntary Associate Professor, Division of Prevention Science and Community Health, Department of Public Health Sciences


Lourdes Rojas

Lourdes Rojas

Voluntary Associate Professor, Division of Prevention Science and Community Health, Department of Public Health Sciences


Cindy Rowe

Cindy Rowe

Voluntary Associate Professor, Division of Health Services Research and Policy, Department of Public Health Sciences


Christopher Salas-Wright

Christopher Salas-Wright

Voluntary Associate Professor, Division of Prevention Science and Community Health, Department of Public Health Sciences


Jorge Saavedra

Jorge Saavedra

Voluntary Associate Professor, Division of Health Services Research and Policy, Department of Public Health Sciences


Seth Schwartz, Ph.D.

Seth Schwartz, Ph.D.

Voluntary Professor, Division of Prevention Science and Community Health, Department of Public Health Sciences


Eleni Sfakianaki, MD, MSPH

Eleni Sfakianaki, MD, MSPH

Voluntary Professor, Division of Prevention Science and Community Health, Department of Public Health Sciences


Mark Stoutenberg, Ph.D., MSPH

Mark Stoutenberg, Ph.D., MSPH

Voluntary Assistant Professor, Division of Prevention Science and Community Health, Department of Public Health Sciences


Stacey Tannenbaum

Stacey Tannenbaum

Voluntary Associate Professor, Division of Health Services Research and Policy, Department of Public Health Sciences


Shairi Turner-Davis

Shairi Turner-Davis

Voluntary Associate Professor, Division of Health Services Research and Policy, Department of Public Health Sciences


Willy Valencia Rodrigo

Willy Valencia Rodrigo

Voluntary Associate Professor, Division of Epidemiology and Population Health Sciences, Department of Public Health Sciences


Joseph West

Joseph West

Voluntary Assistant Professor, Division of Health Services Research and Policy, Department of Public Health Sciences


Rui-De Xue, PhD

Rui-De Xue, PhD

Voluntary Professor, Division of Environment and Public Health, Department of Public Health Sciences


Tara Zolnikov

Tara Zolnikov

Voluntary Assistant Professor, Division of Environment and Public Health, Department of Public Health Sciences


Dr. Tara Rava Zolnikov is an internationally published expert on qualitative research methods; she concentrates on providing vulnerable populations with a voice and uses autoethnographic, ethnographic, and phenomenological perspectives to understand or live through these experiences to recreate them for a widespread audience. She focuses on diverse and cultural populations, who suffer indiscriminately from adverse effects due to various problems. Dr. Zolnikov works internationally on issues in low- and middle-income countries, including Kenya, Ghana, India, Colombia, and Brazil. She has worked on a variety of public and global health projects, ranging from infectious diseases (e.g. Ebola and HIV/AIDS) to the effects of access to water and relationships stemming from interventions. Dr. Zolnikov earned a Ph.D in Developmental Science from North Dakota State University and an M.S. in Environmental Health from Harvard School of Public Health and a second M.S. in Industrial Hygiene from Montana Tech of the University of Montana. She also earned a B.S. degree in Biological Sciences from Montana Tech of the University of Montana. Additionally, Dr. Zolnikov is the vice president of a nonprofit organization, The Shepherd’s Village, which focuses on providing access to water to Maasai communities around Narok, Kenya. Dr. Zolnikov has published extensively in some of the world’s most renowned public health and global health journals, including the Lancet Oncology, American Journal of Public Health, AIDS and Behavior, Science of the Total Environment, and many more. She has also written and published two books, which focus on qualitative research and environmental health. In 2017, she received Editor’s Choice Reviewer of the Year Award at the American Journal in Public Health.