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Gypsyamber D’Souza, PhD '07, MS, MPH, researches infectious diseases and cancer prevention, focusing on translational epidemiology to answer patient and policy questions.

Melissa Davey-Rothwell
Senior Scientist
Health, Behavior and Society

Melissa Davey-Rothwell, PhD '07, MPH, is a behavioral scientist who studies the implementation of evidence-based interventions in community-based settings.

Karen Davis
- Emeritus
Health Policy and Management

Karen Davis, PhD, focuses on improving coverage, financial protection, and access to care for Medicare beneficiaries, including adding dental, vision, and hearing services.

Kimberly Davis
Assistant Professor
Molecular Microbiology and Immunology

Kimberly Davis, PhD, MSc, studies how members of a bacterial population change during infection, to identify strategies to more effectively combat infections.

Meghan Davis
Associate Professor
Environmental Health and Engineering

Meghan Davis, DVM, PhD '12, MPH '08, studies the interface of bacteria and hosts to reduce microbe-mediated diseases in people and animals.

Lauren Dayton
Associate Scientist
Health, Behavior and Society

Lauren Dayton, PhD, MSPH, is a behavioral scientist who works to promote the well-being of youth and families through the development, implementation, and evaluation of trauma and harm prevention interventions.

Lorraine Dean
Associate Professor

Lorraine T. Dean, ScD, is a social epidemiologist who examines how privilege and disadvantage influence chronic disease, and teaches an award-winning course on the topic.

Michele Decker
Population, Family and Reproductive Health

Michele Decker, ScD, leads research at the cutting edge of gender equity, and gender-based violence prevention and response, in close partnership with practitioners and communities most affected.