People

Faculty

Jose Pagan

Chair and Professor of the Department of Public Health Policy and Management

Dr. José Pagán is a health economist and population health management expert who has led research, implementation and evaluation projects on the redesign of health care delivery and payment systems.

Cheryl Healton

Dean of School of Global Public Health
Professor of Public Health Policy and Management

As Dean of the School, Dr. Cheryl Healton leads the academic, service, and research programs.

Ji E Chang

Assistant Professor of Public Health Policy and Management

Dr. Ji Eun Chang researches the factors that contribute to care continuity within and across organizations and how work is coordinated across the social services and healthcare delivery sectors.

Andrew Goodman

Clinical Professor of Public Health Policy and Management

Dr. Andrew Goodman conducts research on population health, policy, and interventions and offers technical assistance and implementation support to varying organizations.

Alden Lai

Assistant Professor, Public Health Policy and Management

Alden Lai is a health care management scholar who researches organizational cognition and workforce issues. He investigates how health professionals and managers handle complex information at work.

Peter S Navario

Clinical Assistant Professor of Public Health Policy and Management
Executive Director, HealthRight International

Dr. Peter Navario has extensive field experience establishing, monitoring, and evaluating HIV/AIDS treatment programs and health system capacity building across sub-Saharan Africa.

Jennifer Pomeranz

Assistant Professor of Public Health Policy and Management

A public health lawyer, Professor Jennifer Pomeranz researches policy and legal options to address the food environment, obesity, and social injustices that lead to health disparities.

Donna Shelley

Professor of Public Health Policy and Management
Director of Global Center for Implementation Science

Dr. Shelley is a tobacco control and implementation science expert focusing on the implementation, sustainability & scale up of evidence-based interventions for cardiovascular & cancer risk reduction.

Diana R Silver

Associate Professor of Public Health Policy and Management

Dr. Diana Silver explores the impact of variation in the implementation, adoption, and repeal of state and local public health policies on health outcomes.
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