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Faculty

Primary Faculty Within the Global Disease Epidemiology and Control Program Area

All ranks of professors, scientists, and research associates can serve as an MSPH adviser. All ranks of professors can serve as doctoral student advisers, and all ranks of professors and scientists can serve as doctoral student co-advisers.

Professors, Assistant Professors, and Associate Professors

Smisha Agarwal
Associate Professor
International Health

Smisha Agarwal, PhD, MPH '09, MBA, studies how to improve maternal and newborn health in low-income settings by strengthening health systems and using technological solutions.

Robert Black
Professor
International Health

Robert Black, MD, MPH, is an epidemiologist who researches maternal and child health and nutrition in low- and middle-income countries to improve survival, health, and development.

Subhra Chakraborty
Visiting Associate Professor
International Health

Subhra Chakraborty, PhD, MPH ’13, MSc, leads research to eliminate mortality and reduce morbidity due to infectious diseases by using improved diagnostics, epidemiology, and vaccines.

Anna Durbin
Professor
International Health

Anna Durbin, MD, studies experimental vaccines for SARS-CoV-2, dengue, West Nile, Zika, malaria, and more in human clinical trials and in controlled human infection studies.

Christine Marie George
Professor
International Health

Christine Marie George, PhD, partners with communities to design and evaluate water, sanitation, and hygiene programs to promote health equity and prevent infections globally.

Joanne Katz
Professor
International Health

Joanne Katz, ScD ’93, MS, is an epidemiologist with expertise in maternal, neonatal, and child health and extensive work experience in Nepal and other South Asian countries.

Alain Labrique
Professor
International Health

Alain Labrique, PhD '07, MHS '99, MS, is an infectious disease epidemiologist who leverages digital innovations to solve public health problems in resource-limited settings.

Rupali Limaye
Associate Professor
International Health

Rupali Limaye, PhD ’12, MPH, MA, studies how health information can best be communicated to individuals in different contexts and through different channels.

Melissa Marx
Associate Professor
International Health

Melissa A. Marx, PhD ‘02, MPH ’98, evaluates maternal, child, and infectious disease programs, and has led response efforts for outbreaks including SARS, Ebola, and COVID-19.

Lawrence Moulton
Professor
- Emeritus
International Health

Larry Moulton, PhD ’86, MS, is a biostatistician who uses his statistical expertise to design and analyze infectious disease studies in low- and middle-income countries.

David Sack
Professor
International Health

David Sack, MD ’68, is working to eliminate cholera and other enteric infections as public health problems in Africa and Asia using targeted and effective vaccines.

Professor
International Health

Daniel Salmon, PhD ’03, MPH, is a vaccinologist who conducts epidemiological and behavioral studies to assess the safety of vaccines and improve vaccine decision-making.

Research Professors, Assistant Research Professors, and Associate Research Professors

Matthew Dudley
Assistant Research Professor
International Health

Matthew Z. Dudley, PhD ’18, MSPH ’14, uses research to improve public health communication and positively impact health behavior, particularly with regard to vaccination.

Elizabeth Hazel
Assistant Research Professor
International Health

Elizabeth Hazel, MHS '07, PhD '19, is a global health researcher who evaluates programs and improves measurements of health for vulnerable women, babies, and children.

Maria Knoll
Research Professor
International Health

Maria Deloria Knoll, PhD ’00, is an epidemiologist who conducts policy-driven studies and evidence synthesis evaluating vaccine performace and vaccine-preventable diseases.

Bareng Nonyane
Research Professor
International Health

B. Aletta Nonyane, PhD, MSc, applies statistical design and analysis methods to investigate the effect of interventions for improving access to HIV and TB healthcare services.

Associate Research Professor
International Health

Assistant, Associate, and Senior Scientists

Victoria Chou
Associate Scientist
International Health

Victoria B. Chou, PhD '11, MS, is a maternal and child health epidemiologist that develops evidence-based resources for technical advocacy, program evaluation, and prioritization in global health.

Daniel Erchick
Visiting Associate Professor
International Health

Daniel Erchick, PhD ’17, MPH ’12, conducts community-based epidemiologic research to evaluate low-cost interventions to improve the health of mothers and infants globally.

Assistant Scientist
International Health
Abdoulaye Maïga
Associate Scientist
International Health

Abdoulaye Maïga, PhD, works on large scale evaluations of RMNCH&N interventions coverage and impact and quality of care for local, national and global accountability.

Jamie Perin
Senior Scientist
International Health

Jamie Perin, PhD, MS, is a statistician devoted to interdisciplinary collaboration, methodological innovation, and advancing the practice and understanding of statistics in public health.

Ashley Sheffel
Associate
International Health

Ashley Sheffel, DrPH ’19, MPH, uses research to improve maternal and child health and measurements of quality of care in low-resource settings.

Senior Research Associates and Research Associates

Research Associate
International Health

Madison Billingsley, MSPH '22, coordinates Controlled Human Infection Model (CHIM) studies for enteric pathogens, including Shigella and ETEC, at the Center for Immunization Research.

Research Associate II
International Health
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Research Associate II
International Health

Roland Mady, MSc, is a statistician supporting public health policies in LMICs through Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn, Child, and Adolescent Health as well as Nutrition.

Research Associate
International Health
Senior Research Associate
International Health

Erica N. Rosser, MHS ’08, evaluates global health programs and conducts research to inform equitable solutions that improve population health and wellbeing.

Shannon Seopaul
Senior Research Associate
International Health

Shannon Seopaul, MPH ’15, is leading public health surveillance of infectious diseases in Maryland to inform public policy at the state and national levels.

Research Associate
International Health

Hannah Tong, MSPH '20, researches nutrition interventions' impact on maternal, newborn, and child health at population-level in low- and middle- income countries.