Executive Board Faculty
Marie Diener-West, PhD ’84, Chair of MPH Program and Professor of Biostatistics, teaches and collaborates in the design, conduct, and analysis of multicenter clinical trials.
Randy Bryant, PhD, studied mechanistic enzymology and now trains future scientists and public health leaders in the classroom, teaching biochemistry, and mentoring students.
David Chin, MD, MBA focuses on transforming health systems and academic medical centers for success under value-based health care models.
David Dowdy, MD, PhD '08, ScM ’02, studies the implementation of interventions to fight tuberculosis, the world's most deadly infectious disease.
Renee M. Johnson, PhD, MPH studies how psychosocial factors shape risk for unhealthy alcohol and drug use among adolescents.
Sukon Kanchanaraksa, PhD ’86, MHS ’79, leads a team of instructional designers in the Center for Teaching and Learning to support academic and continuing educational activities.
Ryan Kennedy, PhD, is a behavioral scientist who works to advance tobacco control policies in the U.S. and around the world.
Gary Ketner, PhD, finds viruses utterly fascinating and sees them as powerful tools in providing immunity against pathogens such as malaria and even other viruses.
John McGready, PhD '08, ScM, shares the joy, importance, and utility of biostatistics with students, and works closely with faculty and clinicians on public-health research.
Donna Strobino, PhD ’76, an expert in maternal and child health (MCH) research, focused on the health of disadvantaged pregnant women and their young children and families.
Jon Vernick, JD, MPH '94, promotes and evaluates the ways the law can be used as a tool to promote public health, particularly in the areas of injury and violence prevention.