Kristjana Asbjornsdottir, acting assistant professor, Epidemiology, works on global infectious disease research on soil-transmitted helminths and HIV, with interests in the health and survival of HIV-exposed and -infected infants.
Joana Cunha-Cruz, research associate professor, joint in Health Services, works in the generation, dissemination and implementation of evidencebased practices and systems changes to decrease inequities in health, particularly oral health.
Anjulie Ganti, senior lecturer, Health Services, focuses on reproductive justice, equity and inclusion in the classroom, experiential learning, evidenced-based teaching and social determinants of health.
Stephen Mooney, acting assistant professor, Epidemiology, has research interests in big data, the built environment, causal inference, physical activity and transport-related injury.
Magaly Ramirez, assistant professor, Health Services, focuses on the role of information technology in efforts to reduce racial and ethnic disparities in health and health care.
Coralynn Sack, acting assistant professor, Environmental & Occupational Health Sciences, is interested in the intersection between human health and environmental health, including the effects of air pollution.
Yona Sipos, lecturer, Environmental & Occupational Health Sciences and Nutritional Sciences, works at the intersection of food systems, community-engaged scholarship, sustainability and equity.
Olusegun Soge, assistant professor, joint in SPH Global Health, brings expertise in molecular diagnostics of infectious diseases, molecular epidemiology, surveillance of antimicrobial resistance, and genetic characterization of antimicrobial resistance of sexually transmitted pathogens.