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Weighing the Public Health Implications

The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled on guns and abortion, with expected downstream effects for public health.

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Janice Bowie
Professor
Health, Behavior and Society

Janice Bowie, PhD '97, MPH, is Chair of the Doctor of Public Health program and an expert in health disparities and community-based research methods.

Janet DiPietro
Professor
Population, Family and Reproductive Health

Janet DiPietro, PhD, studies the interface between individual differences in development and physiology, and the implications of the prenatal period for postnatal life.

James Kumwenda
Research Associate
International Health

James Kumwenda, MD, MSPH ’20, studies health leadership, health systems strengthening, and capacity strengthening in primary health care.

Brian Schwartz
Professor
Environmental Health and Engineering

Brian Schwartz, MD, MS, GME ’90, uses environmental epidemiology to evaluate the drivers of sustainability health impacts, such as energy, agriculture, and built environments.

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