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Gun Violence Can Be Prevented

There are evidence-based solutions to make gun violence rare and abnormal—but we need to implement them.

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Center for Gun Violence Solutions

Our mission is to bridge the gap between researchers and lawmakers and enact evidence-informed policy to make gun violence rare and abnormal.
 

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Our programs welcome those from within and outside the traditional boundaries of public health. Whether you're a future college graduate, a midcareer public health leader, or someone looking to make a career change, we have a program for you.

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Meet Our Faculty

Our faculty are world-renowned experts, and trusted advisers to our students, public health leaders, and the public.

Victoria O'Keefe
Assistant Professor
International Health

Victoria M. O’Keefe, PhD, MS, works to achieve strengths-based and culturally informed suicide prevention, mental health promotion, and wellness among Indigenous communities.

Judith Bass
Professor
Mental Health

Judith Bass, PhD '04, MPH, MIA, is an implementation science researcher, with a broad background in sociology, economic development studies, and psychiatric epidemiology.

Qingfeng Li
Assistant Professor
International Health

Qingfeng Li, PhD '13, MHS, studies machine learning models to support the use of big data and improve road safety in low- and middle-income countries.

Jordan Kuiper
Assistant Scientist
Environmental Health and Engineering

Jordan Kuiper, PhD '19, uses epidemiologic and statistical methods to study health effects of early life environmental exposures and improve maternal and child well-being.

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