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Faculty in the Division of Epidemiology are involved in a wide variety of research projects in the areas of cardiovascular epidemiology, chronic disease epidemiology, neuroepidemiology, psychiatric epidemiology, infectious disease epidemiology, and epidemiologic methods. Faculty investigators in this Division are also actively involved in teaching in the medical school and in the graduate programs in clinical and public health research.

Kate Lapane, PhD - Professor and Division Chief, Director, Clinical and Health Population Research Doctoral Program, Associate Dean, Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences


Matthew Alcusky, PharmD, MS - Assistant Professor

Catherine Dube, EdD - Associate Professor

Sarah Forrester, PhD - Assistant Professor

Robert Goldberg, PhD - Professor Emeritus

William Jesdale, PhD - Assistant Professor

Shao-Hsien Liu, PhD - Assistant Professor

Eric Mick, ScD - Associate Professor

Hoa Nguyen, MD, MS, PhD - Associate Professor

Anthony Nunes, PhD - Assistant Professor

Jennifer Tjia, MD - Professor

Christine Ulbricht, PhD - Assistant Professor


Mara Epstein, ScD - Assistant Professor

Michael Hirsh, MD, FACS, FAAP - Professor, Surgery

Jonathan Kay, MD - Professor, Medicine

Ann Moorman, PhD, MPH - Associate Professor

Steven Shirk, PhD - Assistant Professor, Psychiatry

Mayra Tisminetzky, MD, PhD, MPH - Assistant Professor


Milena Anatchkova, PhD - Assistant Professor

Melissa Clark, PhD - Professor

An Dao, MD, PhD - Associate Professor

Duc Ha, MD, MsC, PhD - Associate Professor

Anne Hume, PharmD, FCCP, BCPS - Professor

Huy Nguyen, MD, PhD - Associate Professor

Molly Waring, PhD - Assistant Professor


Andriana Foiles Sifuentes, PhD

Matthew Harkey, PhD, ATC

Reynolds Morrison, MPH, PhD


Kelley Baron, Administrative Assistant

Julie Masson, Administrative Assistant

Edgard Granillo, Health Outcomes Associate

Darleen Lessard, Senior Biostatistician

Jorge Yarzebski, Project Director II