Our faculty are world-renowned experts, and trusted advisers to our students, public health leaders, and the public.
Richard Bruns, PhD, MS, researches economic modeling and cost-benefit analysis as it relates to public health and the prevention and mitigation of global catastrophic biological risks.
Randy Bryant, PhD, studied mechanistic enzymology and now trains future scientists and public health leaders in the classroom, teaching biochemistry, and mentoring students.
Jessie Buckley, PhD, MPH, studies early life environmental chemical exposures to inform policies targeted at improving children’s health.
Tom Burke, PhD, MPH, applies the risk sciences to assess the impacts of environmental pollution and advance policies to protect our health.
Gilbert Burnham, MD, PhD, MSc, is a physician who addesses humanitarian health problems in populations affected by natural disasters or conflicts.
Brian Caffo, PhD, MS, is a biostatistician who studies big, complex data in the neurosciences.
Danfeng Cai, PhD '14, combines advanced microscopy, genomics, and proteomics to tease out the functions of protein condensates in cells, with a focus on cancer.
Emma Camacho, PhD, explores strategies to modify melanin production in organisms that may pose a threat to human health.
Laura Camarata, MPH ’13, oversees the Department of Epidemiology’s academic programs, and works with faculty, fellows, students, and staff to ensure quality and efficiency.
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.