Our faculty are world-renowned experts, and trusted advisers to our students, public health leaders, and the public.
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.
Nilanjan Chatterjee, PhD, MS, models disease risk associated with genetic, lifestyle, biomarkers. and other factors, with the goal of improving disease prevention.
Rajeev Cherukupalli, PhD, MA, works in public finance, health, development, labor markets and policy evaluation, to harness better tax and policy design to improve health.
David Chin, MD, MBA focuses on transforming health systems and academic medical centers for success under value-based health care models.
Victoria B. Chou, PhD '11, MS, is a maternal and child health epidemiologist that develops evidence-based resources for technical advocacy, program evaluation, and prioritization in global health.
Steven Chow, PhD '19, MSE '15, investigates detection of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) in water, treatment technologies for PFAS, and water quality monitoring within the greater Baltimore region.
Parul Christian, DrPH '96, MSc, studies how to improve maternal and child nutrition and prevent micronutrient deficiencies with effective solutions in low-income settings.
Christopher Chute, MD, DrPH, seeks to harmonize observational and protocol-based biomedical data in support of data science and knowledge discovery at scale.
Anita Cicero, JD, is Deputy Director at the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security where she helps to lead strategic planning, program development, budgeting, and health security policy development.
Laura Clary, PhD, MS, develops, implements, and evaluates school-based interventions to improve mental health, resilience, and relationships for children and adolescents.
Gwendolyn Clemens, MS ‘03, uses data management skills to ensure integrity of data in studies, spanning planning, implementation, data collection, and preparation of datasets.