Our faculty are world-renowned experts, and trusted advisers to our students, public health leaders, and the public.
Laura Beres, PhD ’19, MPH, uses implementation science and participatory approaches to optimize engagement in HIV prevention, care, and treatment services globally.
Pamela Berg, MPH ’02, directs the Center for a Livable Future’s Food Systems Education Program. Her interests are in the intersection of nutrition, food security and environmental health.
Christina Bethell, PhD, MPH, MBA, national leader in the development of policy, practice and research applications of population health and systems performance measurement.
Josh Betz, MS, brings rigorous and reproducible quantitative methods to complex data sources, allowing researchers to address research challenges in public 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.
Shyam Biswal, PhD, studies the mechanisms by which environmental factors drive chronic health conditions such as diabetes and cardiovascular diseases.
Mark Bittle, DrPH ’06, MBA, FACHE, focuses on the organizational and management factors that influence physician alignment and managing change in complex organizations.
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.
Martin Bloem, MD, PhD, has devoted his career to improving the effectiveness of public health and nutrition programs through applied research, focusing particularly on low- and middle-income countries.
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.
Lee Bone, MPH '77, RN, is a community-driven trailblazer and a fearless silo-buster for sustainable change in the context of urban health and chronic disease.
Gundula Bosch, PhD, MEd '16, MS, is a scientist and educator leading global education reform through training programs in critical, broad, and interdisciplinary scientific thinking.
Janice Bowie, PhD '97, MPH, is Chair of the Doctor of Public Health program and an expert in health disparities and community-based research methods.