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David Abramson

Clinical Associate Professor of Global Public Health

Dr. David Abramson's work focuses on population health issues associated with disaster-related or stressor-related recovery and resiliency.

Chris Dickey

Clinical Associate Professor

Dr. Chris Dickey is an international development innovator and public health entrepreneur whose work seeks to develop sustainable public health models.

Emily Goldmann

Clinical Assistant Professor


Peter Navario

Clinical Assistant Professor

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

Andrea Silverman

Assistant Professor of Environmental Health
Assistant Professor of Civil and Urban Engineering, NYU Tandon School of Engineering

The goal of Dr. Andrea Silverman’s work is to develop sustainable and appropriate wastewater treatment systems, in an effort to protect public health and the environment.

Jack Caravanos

Clinical Professor

Dr. Jack Caravanos studies lead and toxic wastes to design safe and evidence-based solutions to environmental pollution.

Marie Bragg

Assistant Professor
Assistant Professor, NYU School of Medicine
Director, NYU SeedProgram for Obesity and Health Disparities Research

Dr. Marie Bragg’s work focuses on identifying and affecting environmental and social factors associated with obesity, food marketing, and health disparities.

Virginia Chang

Assoc Professor Of Public Health & Interim Chair of Social and Behavioral Sciences

Andrea Deierlein

Assistant Professor

Dr. Andrea Deierlein is a nutritional and reproductive epidemiologist who studies dietary and environmental determinant of obesity and metabolic health-related outcomes.

Niyati Parekh

Associate Professor of Public Health Nutrition and Population Health
Director, Public Health Nutrition - MPH

Niyati Parekh, Associate Professor of Public Health Nutrition, Niyati worked as a practicing clinical nutritionist in India prior to working in academia and public health.

Julia Cartwright

Associate Dean, Communications, Promotion & Public Affairs
Clinical Associate Professor

With her experience in social change communications, Associate Dean Julia Cartwright promotes the college's goals and mission domestically and internationally.

Andrew Goodman

Clinical Professor

Dr. Andrew Goodman is a population health expert who worked at the New York City Health Department for more than 30 years.

Cheryl Healton

Dean for College of Global Public Health
Director of Global Institute of Public Health
Professor of Global Public Health

Dr. Cheryl Healton builds the College's academic, service, and research programs.

Jessica Jaiswal

Assistant Professor Faculty/Fellow

Thomas Kirchner

Assistant Professor

Dr. Thomas Kirchner is a clinical-health psychologist and methodologist interested in the analysis and graphical representation of longitudinal and geographic data.

Rudolf Knippenberg

Clinical Professor

As a public health professional and a physician who witnessed the negative impact of poor maternal, newborn, and child healthcare, Dr.

PhuongThao Le

Assistant Professor Faculty/Fellow

Cheryl Merzel

Director, Educational Advancement

Dr. Cheryl Merzel has over 25 years of experience in public health researcher, evaluation, program development, advocacy, and education.

Joyce O'Connor

Clinical Associate Professor, Director of Technology Enhanced Education

Dr. Joyce O'Connor has created innovative curriculum with a student-focused and faculty-driven approach.

Beverly-Xaviera Watkins

Clinical Associate Professor
Interim Chair for Environmental Health Sciences Department
Chair of the diversity, equity, and inclusion committee

Stephanie Cook

Assistant Professor

Dr. Stephanie Cook’s aims to understand the pathways and mechanisms linking attachment, minority stress, and health among disadvantaged individuals.

Perry Halkitis

Senior Associate Dean, Academic and Faculty Affairs
Director, Center for Health, Identity, Behavior, and Prevention Studies (CHIBPS)


Ji Eun Chang

Assistant Professor

Dr. Ji Eun Chang is passionate about understanding the coordination of care within and across organizations.

Jennifer L. Pomeranz

Assistant Professor
Interim Chair, Department of Public Health Policy and Management

Professor Jennifer Pomeranz is a health policy expert who researches policy and legal options to address the food environment, obesity, products that cause public harm, and social injusti

Rumi Chunara

Assistant Professor. NYU Computer Science & Engineering

Elodie Ghedin

Faculty Director of Sequencing and Professor, Center for Genomics and Systems Biology

A molecular parasitologist and viroligist, Dr.

Farzana Kapadia

Associate Professor of Public Health

Dr. Farzana Kapadia is an epidemiologist interested in understanding the distribution, determinants, and consequences of HIV/AIDS across the lifespan.

Danielle Ompad

Associate Professor

Dr. Danielle  Ompad is an epidemiologist whose work is focused in the areas of urban health, HIV, illicit drug use, and adult access to vaccines.

Joanna Pozen

Assistant Research Professor
Co-Director, Health and Human Rights Certificate Program

Yesim Tozan

Clinical Associate Professor

S. Matthew Liao

Arthur Zitrin Professor of Bioethics
Director, Center for Bioethics
Affiliated Professor, Department of Philosophy
Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Moral Philosophy

Dr. Matthew Liao uses the tools of philosophy to study and examine the ramifications of novel biomedical innovations.

Regina Rini

Assistant Professor / Faculty Fellow, NYU Center for Bioethics

Joyce Moon Howard

Clinical Associate Professor
Director, Undergraduate Global Public Health Programs
Faculty Affiliate, Center for Health, Identity, Behavior, and Prevention Studies (CHIBPS)


Nina Parikh

Clinical Associate Professor

Dr. Nina Parikh has years of public health research experience, methodological expertise, and academic training in health services research and medical sociology.

Larry Yang

Associate Professor

If every public health researcher had a calling card indicator, Dr. Larry Yang's would be stigma.