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Luciana C. Assini-Meytin, PhD, MS, researches strategies to advance the science of child sexual abuse prevention.
Kaitlyn Atkins, PhD, is a social epidemiologist with a focus on community-engaged, mixed methods research that optimizes the sexual and mental health of multiply marginalized populations.
Matthew Aubourg, MSPH '23, uses scientific and technical expertise to address community-identified environmental health and justice concerns in rural and urban communities.
Marycatherine Augustyn, PhD ‘91, focuses on Maternal and Child Health research and programming between academic and public agencies, and training public health professionals.
Stella Babalola, PhD, uses research to support the design and evaluation of social and behavior change interventions.
Abdulgafoor M. Bachani, PhD '11, MHS '08, studies how to address burden of and preventing injury and disabilities, and to expand access to rehabilitation services.
Scott Bailey, PhD, explores the structure and function of the molecular mechanisms that cells use to interact with and modify DNA and RNA, focusing on CRISPR systems.
Sarah Baker, MSPH '15, studies nutrition status of mothers and their babies through laboratory assessment of biological fluids