Global Health

Global health epidemiology addresses the causes and consequences of morbidity and mortality that cross regional or national boundaries, with emphasis on research in resource-poor countries and application of research findings to the implementation of programs to promote health in those areas.

Global Health

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Ali Mokdad

Alison Roxby

Ann Marie Kimball

Annette L. Fitzpatrick

Bradley H. Wagenaar

Carolyn Fahey

Catherine Karr

Charlie Mock

Connie Celum

Daniel A. Enquobahrie

Danny Colombara

David A. Shoultz

Elizabeth Halloran

Eyal Oren

Gerard A. Cangelosi

Grace C. John-Stewart

Indi Trehan

Jared Baeten

Jeffrey Stanaway

Jennifer Jacobs

Jennifer Slyker

Jonathan D. Mayer

Jonathan D. Sugimoto

Joseph R. Zunt

Judd L. Walson

Kenneth Mugwanya

Kenneth Sherr

Laura Sangare

Lisa E. Manhart

Margaret Rosenfeld

Marie Spiker

Patricia Pavlinac

Patrick W. O’Carroll

Paul K. Drain

Rachel Ignacio Bender

Renee Heffron

Robert E. Quick

Sohail Agha

Stephen E. Hawes

Stephen S. Gloyd

Thomas D. Koepsell

Tove K. Ryman

Trevor Bedford

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EPI 511 Introduction to Epidemiology