Adjunct Professor, Global Health
Adjunct Professor, Health Services
Adjunct Professor, Medicine
EducationPhD Geography, University of Michigan, 1977
MA Geography, University of Michigan, 1975
BA University of Rochester, 1973
- President and founder, Health Improvement and Promotion Alliance
Epidemiology of infectious diseases and environmental influences; epidemiology of tuberculosis, esp. in urban slum communities; epidemiology of pain; spatial epidemiology, theory, and methods; climate change and infectious diseases, esp. malaria and dengue. Biomedical ethics. Health consequences of disasters. Undergraduate education in public health and epidemiology. Urban slum health in developing countries.
Epidemiology and public health/global health in undergraduate education; epidemiologic geography (formerly "medical" geography); spatial models/methods and human-environment-pathogen relationships.