Barbara Baquero, associate professor, Health Services, designs and implements community-based interventions to reduce health disparities and advance health equity; she conducts community-based participatory research, behavior change intervention research and implementation science.
Kristin Beima-Sofie, acting assistant professor, Global Health, works to understand factors that influence the health of women, children and adolescents impacted by HIV globally, with a specific focus on social and behavioral research methods.
Jerome A. Dugan, assistant professor, Health Services, examines how health insurance status and the organization of the healthcare system impacts healthcare cost and quality.
Caryl Feldacker, acting assistant professor, Global Health, works on increasing the quality of global public health programs, predominantly voluntary medical male circumcision in Zimbabwe, through rigorous evaluation, integration of technology, and capacity building for sustainable improvement in patient care.
Cristen Harris, senior lecturer, full-time, Epidemiology, is a registered nutritionist, a clinical exercise physiologist, and certified as a sports dietitian. She is passionate about whole-person health and wellness.
Jodie Katon, research assistant professor, Health Services, focuses on reproductive health and health equity; she is a Core Investigator at the VA Puget Sound Center of Innovation for Veteran- Centered and Value-Driven Care, where she works to improve health services for women Veterans.
Christine Kava, acting assistant professor, Health Services, investigates the processes and factors associated with implementation of evidence-based interventions for tobacco control in work site settings.
Kristen Gray, research assistant professor, Health Services, has research interests in health behaviors and chronic disease self-management, particularly among women and Veterans, as well as the reproductive health of aging women.
Vanessa Oddo, acting assistant professor, Health Services, investigates the role of employment status and working conditions on obesity risk, both in adults and children.