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Peter Winch
Professor
International Health

Peter J. Winch, MD, MPH ’88, develops and evaluates interventions to promote health behaviors for water, sanitation, infectious diseases, and environmental sustainability.

Andrea Wirtz
Associate Professor
Epidemiology

Andrea Wirtz, PhD ’15, MHS ’07, advances epidemiologic methods to measure the association between human rights and health outcomes, focusing on evidence-based interventions and translation to policy.

Jennifer Wolff
Professor
Health Policy and Management

Jennifer L. Wolff, PhD ’03, MHS '95, advances policies and programs that improve quality of care and life of older adults with complex health needs and their caregivers.

Assistant Scientist
International Health

Carrie Wolfson, PhD ’22, MPA, studies fertility and adverse pregnancy events using demographic and epidemiological techniques.

Julia Wolfson
Associate Professor
International Health

Julia Wolfson, PhD '16, MPP, studies individual, structural, and policy factors that influence food choices, diet quality, and diet-related health outcomes.

Ellina Wood, MPH, RDN
Research Associate
International Health

Ellina Wood, MPH, RDN is a nutritionist examining how to improve nutrition and diet-related health outcomes among populations in low-resource settings

Shannon Wood
Assistant Professor
Population, Family and Reproductive Health

Shannon Wood, PhD ‘20, MSc, studies the intersection between social determinants of women’s health, gender-based violence, and adverse reproductive and sexual health outcomes.

Research Associate
Health, Behavior and Society

Kate Wright, MPH '17, strives to promote equity, justice, and wellness through research and program development focusing on gender, human rights, and maternal and child health.

Albert Wu
Professor
Health Policy and Management

Albert Wu, MD, MPH, studies the impact of safety problems on patients and health care workers.

Assistant Scientist
Biochemistry and Molecular Biology