Tracy Rittenhouse, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Natural Resources and the Environment, director of the Wildlife and Fisheries Conservation Center · University of Connecticut

Tracy Rittenhouse is an expert in the study of wildlife populations - bobcats, bear, frogs - within exurban development.

Citizen Science Forest Management Wildlife Populations Wetland Ecology Ranavirus Epidemics

Charles H. Hennekens, M.D., Dr.PH

Sir Richard Doll Professor · Florida Atlantic University

Charles Hennekens is the first Sir Richard Doll Professor and senior academic advisor.

Cardiovascular Disease Strengths and Limitations of Descriptive and Analytic Studies Prevention and Treatment of Chronic and Acute Diseases Preventive and Internal Medicine Epidemiology

John Buse, Ph.D., M.D.

Professor, School of Medicine & Chief, Division of Endocrinology & Executive Associate Dean for Clinical Research · UNC at Chapel Hill

John Buse is a Professor of Medicine at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Diabetes Endocrinology Clinical Trials University Teaching Public Health

Barry Joyner

Dean and Professor of Exercise Science · Georgia Southern University

Barry Joyner is an expert in physical activity, exercise science, teaching/learning, and outcome assessment.

Outcome Assessment Exercise Science Physical Activity

Mia Papas, MS, Ph.D

Director of the Institute for Research on Equity and Community Health · ChristianaCare

Dr. Papas utilizes real-world evidence to accelerate the process of moving research into practice to improve health for all.

Epidemiology Health Equity Disease Prevention Translational Research Population Health

Amy Bonomi

Chair and Professor, Department of Human Development and Family Studies · Michigan State University

Dr. Bonomi’s research focuses on the health impacts, contexts for, and dynamics of intimate partner violence and sexual violence

Domestic Violence Partner Violence Intimacy Dynamics Sexual Violence

Qinghua Yang

Assistant Professor · Texas Christian University

Qinghua Yang's expertise lies at the intersections of health, cross-cultural and computer-mediated communication.

Quantitative Research Methods New Media Health Communication Intercultural Communication

Michelle Kaminski

Associate Professor of Human Resources & Labor Relations · Michigan State University

Michelle Kaminski is an expert in labor unions, right-to-work, women and leadership, collective bargaining and workplace bullying.

Workplace Bullying Right to Work Labor Unions Women and Leadership

Bill Mase

Assistant Professor, Health Policy and Management · Georgia Southern University

Bill Mase has conducted studies and taught courses in public health, ethics and health policy.

Food Safety Evidence-Based Public Health Health Policy Ethics Epidemiology

Monica Perez Jolles

Assistant Professor of Social Work · USC Suzanne Dworak-Peck School of Social Work

Focus areas: health policy, mental health service, implementation of complex interventions such as patient-centered and trauma informed care

Behavioral Patient-Centered Care Complex Health Interventions’ Implementation Science Organization/Workplace Patient-Centered Medical Home Care Implementation Science

Dr. Rosalie Wang

Assistant Professor of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy · University of Toronto

Dr. Wang is interested in enabling technology and environments to support meaningful activity.

Occupational Therapy Rehabilitation Ageing Robotics Assistive Technology

Marisa Domino, PhD

Professor in the Department of Health Policy and Management, Gillings School of Public Health and Director of the Program on Mental Health and Substance Abuse Systems and Services at the Cecil G Sheps Center for Health Services Research · UNC-Chapel Hill

Marisa Domino is a Professor the Gillings School of Public Health whose research focuses on the economics of mental health.

Persons with multiple chronic conditions Medical Homes Health Care Expenditures Mental Health and Criminal Justice Medicaid Policy

Lisa W. Goldstone, PharmD, MS, BCPS, BCPP

Associate Professor of Clinical Pharmacy and Associate Director of Residency Programs · USC School of Pharmacy

Lisa Goldstone is a leader in behavioral health and has nearly 25 years of experience working with patients with psychiatric disorders.

Professional Affairs Pharmacy Residency Training Innovative Teaching Strategies Pharmacy Interventions Psychiatric Disorders

Suzanne Wenzel

Richard M. and Ann L. Thor Professor in Urban Social Development · USC Suzanne Dworak-Peck School of Social Work

Interdisciplinary researcher, specializing in the health-related needs of vulnerable populations.

Substance abuse treatment sexual risk behavior and risk reduction Post-traumatic stress disorder in women Homelessness and homeless women HIV and AIDS

Mark Holmes, PhD

Professor of Health Policy and Management and Director of Cecil G Sheps Center for Health Services Research · UNC-Chapel Hill

A Professor in the UNC-CH Gillings School of Public Health, with interests in rural health, health policy and hospital finance.

Policy Implementation and Development Patient-Centered Outcome Research Workforce Hospital Finance Rural Health

Rebecca Rebbe

Assistant Professor of Social Work · USC Suzanne Dworak-Peck School of Social Work

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Child Protective Services child welfare practice linked administrative data Child Abuse and Neglect

Mary Margaret Gleason, MD

Professor in Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences and Pediatrics, Director of Tulane Early Childhood Collaborative · Tulane University

Dr. Gleason is a pediatrician and child psychiatrist who specializes in early childhood mental health.

Early Childhood Mental Health Child Psychiatry Early Childhood Psychopharmacology Integrated Mental Health in Pediatrics

Kenneth Rosenman

Professor and Medicine Chief of the Division of Occupational and Environmental Medicine · Michigan State University

Kenneth Rosenman is an expert on preventing and treating medical conditions caused by exposure to chemicals, lead, asbestos and silica

Coronavirus Work-related Asthma Occupational Environmental Disease Pulmonary Disease COVID-19

Peter Lloyd-Sherlock

Professor of Social Policy and International Development · University of East Anglia

His research explores the lives of older people in developing countries – especially with regard to health, wellbeing and social protection.

Elderly Population Health and Wellbeing COVID-19 Ageing Social Protection

Jeffrey T. Spang, M.D.

Assistant Professor, Department of Orthopaedics · UNC at Chapel Hill

Dr. Spang’s practice is focused on sports medicine with an interest in soft tissue trauma of the shoulder and knee

Orthopaedics Sports Medicine Soft Tissue Trauma Shoulder and Knee Injuries