Saifuddin Ahmed, MBBS, PhD ‘96, his research includes reproductive epidemiology, particularly maternal mortality estimation; program evaluation for family planning and MCH care.
|Philip Anglewicz||Associate Professor||
Philip Anglewicz, PhD, MA, studies the relationship between internal migration, health and HIV status in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA).
|Marycatherine Augustyn||Assistant Scientist||
Marycatherine Augustyn, PhD ‘91, focuses on Maternal and Child Health research and programming between academic and public agencies, and training public health professionals.
|Suzanne Bell||Assistant Professor||
Suzanne Bell, PhD ’18, MPH, studies patterns of contraceptive use and abortion, particularly in the context of population-based surveys.
Christina Bethell, PhD, MPH, MBA, national leader in the development of policy, practice and research applications of population health and systems performance measurement.
Robert Blum, MD, PhD, MPH, studies adolescent health worldwide, with a focus on gender socialization in early adolescence and how it shapes health and wellness.
|Lori Burrell||Senior Research Associate|
|Carolina Cardona Cabrera||Assistant Scientist|
Michele Decker, ScD, MPH, studies social determinants of women's health and gender equity, gender-based violence, prevention, and implications for sexual 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.
Anne Duggan, ScD ’85, seeks to strengthen home visiting services for young families to achieve health equity of children and parents, partnering with public and private agencies.
|Shoshanna Fine||Assistant Scientist|
|Alison Gemmill||Assistant Professor||
Alison Gemmill, PhD, MPH, MA, studies the demography of fertility and reproductive outcomes, environmental and macrosocial stressors and perinatal health; maternal mortality.
|Narangerel Gombojav||Assistant Scientist||
Narangerel Gombojav, MD, PhD, ScM, seeks to improve maternal, child and adolescent health outcomes through data-driven and family engagement on-line tools.
|Susan Gross||Associate Scientist||
Susan Gross, PhD ’96, MPH, is a specialist in maternal and child nutrition, breastfeeding and is dedicated to research related to WIC.
|Erin Hager||Associate Professor|