Dr. John Balmes

Dr. John Balmes

Professor of environmental health sciences, director of the Joint Medical Program

Area of expertise: effects of exposure to outdoor air pollution on respiratory and cardiovascular health.

John Balmes, M.D.

John Balmes, M.D.

Director of Joint Medical Program and Professor of Environmental Health Sciences

Expertise: Air pollution, respiratory and cardiovascular health, exposure to pesticides, exposure to psychosocial stress

W. Thomas Boyce

W. Thomas Boyce

Professor of public health, associate dean for academic affairs and research

Area of expertise: how children respond to stress, both biologically and emotionally.

Leonard Duhl

Leonard Duhl

Professor of public health and urban planning

Area of expertise: public health, urban planning, community health systems.

Helen Halpin

Helen Halpin

Professor of health policy

Area of expertise: national health care policy, particularly insurance coverage, Medicare and managed care.

S. Katharine Hammond

S. Katharine Hammond

Professor of environmental health sciences

Expertise: occupational exposure to solvents, fumes and lead.

Stephen Hinshaw

Stephen Hinshaw

Professor of psychology

Area of expertise: clinical science, behavioral and emotional disorders of childhood and adolescence, ADHD, reactions to stress, assessment of disorders and knowing what's a "normal" reaction vs. an underlying disorder.

William Jagust, M.D.

William Jagust, M.D.

Professor of public health

Expertise: Aging brain, dementia, neuroimaging.

Thomas E.  Mckone

Thomas E. Mckone

Professor environmental health sciences

Areas of expertise: risk assessment methods, health tracking, mass transfer at environmental and human/environment boundaries.

Mark Nicas

Mark Nicas

Adjunct professor of environmental health sciences, director of the Industrial Hygiene Program

Areas of expertise: microbial exposure and risk assessment, chemical toxicant exposure, risk modeling of infection by airborne pathogens.

Malcolm Potts

Malcolm Potts

Professor of public health and family planning

Areas of expertise: the biological underpinning of war and male aggression, women's reproductive health.

Arthur Reingold

Arthur Reingold

Professor of public health

Areas of expertise: opportunistic infections in AIDS patients, interrelationship between tuberculosis and AIDS in developing countries.

Lee W.  Riley

Lee W. Riley

Professor of epidemiology and infectious diseases in the School of Public Health

Area of expertise: infectious diseases, drug resistance.

Kirk Smith

Kirk Smith

Professor of Global Environmental Health

Expertise: Environmental health, health effects of pollution exposure, air pollution, clean air policy.

Ira Tager

Ira Tager

Professor of epidemiology

Areas of expertise: aging, public health, epidemiology, biostatistics, maternal and child health, environmental health sciences.

Matthew Walker

Matthew Walker

Professor of psychology and neuroscience

Expertise: Sleep deprivation, impact of sleep on human health, cognition, behavior, neurodegeneration.

David E. Winickoff

David E. Winickoff

Associate professor of bioethics and society

Areas of expertise: interaction of science and politics in the governance of health and the environment, with a particular focus on biotechnology and the law.

Health policy

S. Katharine Hammond

S. Katharine Hammond

Professor of environmental health sciences

Expertise: occupational exposure to solvents, fumes and lead.

Infectious disease/vaccinations

Arthur Reingold

Arthur Reingold

Professor of public health

Areas of expertise: opportunistic infections in AIDS patients, interrelationship between tuberculosis and AIDS in developing countries.

Lee W.  Riley

Lee W. Riley

Professor of epidemiology and infectious diseases in the School of Public Health

Area of expertise: infectious diseases, drug resistance.

Neurodegenerative disease, Alzheimer's, Parkinson's

William Jagust, M.D.

William Jagust, M.D.

Professor of public health

Expertise: Aging brain, dementia, neuroimaging.

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