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.
Elizabeth Hazel, MHS '07, PhD '19, is a global health researcher who evaluates programs and improves measurements of health for vulnerable women, babies, and children.
Jean Humphrey, ScD '92, conducts research on finding feasible solutions to the underlying causes of undernutrition, morbidity, and mortality of infants and young children in low-income countries.
Alain Koffi, MD, PhD, MS, is a population health researcher with a focus on the biological causes and social determinants of neonatal and child deaths in low-income countries.
Li Liu, MB, PhD ’08, MHS ’06, applies interdisciplinary quantitative strategies to estimate and measure all-cause and cause specific child mortality and strengthen CRVS systems.
Yvonne Tam, MHS ’10, uses modeling methods to assess health interventions' impact in reducing maternal, neonatal, and child mortality in low- and middle- income countries.
Hannah Tong, MSPH '20, researches nutrition interventions' impact on maternal, newborn, and child health at population-level in low- and middle- income countries.
Shelley Walton, MPH, RD, is a nutritionist and maternal and child health specialist focusing on improved nutrition and food security implementation in vulnerable populations.
Ellina Wood, MPH, RDN is a nutritionist examining how to improve nutrition and diet-related health outcomes among populations in low-resource settings