Our faculty are world-renowned experts, and trusted advisers to our students, public health leaders, and the public.
Anthony Carlini, MS, manages clinical trials and uses data science to advance the study of trauma systems and injury outcomes.
Michelle Carlson, PhD, uses wearables and data to measure cognitively enriching activity in daily life and design interventions to buffer the brain and delay dementia.
Arturo Casadevall, MD, PhD, focuses on host defense mechanisms, how fungi cause disease, and in the development of antibody-based therapies for infectious diseases.
Renan Castillo, PhD '08, MS, leads a consortium that conducts clinical trials and observational cohorts to study trauma, orthopedics, and disability.
Laura Caulfield, PhD, researches nutrition problems affecting maternal, infant, and child health in the United States and globally.
David Celentano, ScD '77, MHS '75, is an infectious disease epidemiologist who researches behavioral risk factors for HIV/AIDS, STIs, and other infections.
Javier Cepeda, PhD, MPH, researches the intersecting epidemics of substance use, infectious disease, and justice involvement, as well as interventions needed to reduce these harms on public 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.
Aruna Chandran, MD, MPH ’04, studies how household and neighborhood factors affect health outcomes, and how resiliency factors can be leveraged to improve well-being.
Srinivasan Chandrasegaran, PhD, is part of an international team that synthesized the first functional chromosome in yeast, an important step in the field of synthetic biology.
Karen Charron, MPH ‘91, is an experienced course instructor and graduate cohort director who teaches and mentors students in the Master of Health Administration program.