Faculty

Mark S. DworkinMark Dworkin

Dr. Dworkin teaches Outbreak Investigation/Field Epidemiology, Public Health Surveillance, and Notorious Public Health Plagues.

 

 

  

Robert BaileyRobert Bailey

Dr. Bailey teaches Epidemiology 509: Current Topics in HIV/AIDS Research.

 

 

 

 

Memoona HasnainFaculty picture of Memoona Hasnain.

Dr. Hasnain teaches CHSC 554, Current and Emerging Issues in International Women’s Health.

 

 

 

 

Ronald C. HershowDr. Ronald C. Hershow

Dr. Hershow teaches Epidemiology 410, Infectious Disease Epidemiology; Epidemiology 510 Advanced Infectious Disease Epidemiology; and Epidemiology/EOHS 408 Biological, Chemical, Explosives, and, Nuclear Weapons as Public Health Threats.

 

 

 

Daniel HryhorczukProfile picture of Daniel Hryhorczuk.

Dr. Hryhorczuk directs the global environmental health programs within the Center for Global Health at UIC College of Medicine. 

 

 

 

  

Joan KennellyFaculty picture of Joan Kennelly.

Dr. Kennelly coordinates the Fall MCH Seminar, Concepts of Leadership and Underlying Assumptions of Public Health Practice.  

 

 

 

 

Judith LevyProfile picture of Judith Levy.

Dr. Levy teaches IPHS 409 Challenges in Global Health and chairs the SPH Global Health Initiative Committee.‌

 

 

 

  

Janet LinJanet Lin

Dr. Lin teaches IPHS 409 Challenges in Global Health and IPHS 410 Global Health Solutions.

 

 

 

 

Supriya D. MehtaSupriya D. Mehta

Dr. Mehta teaches Introduction to Epidemiological Principles and Methods and an advanced Special Topics Epidemiology course in the Epidemiology of Sexually Transmitted Infections.

 

 

 

Nadine PeacockDr. Nadine Peacock

Dr. Peacock is a core faculty member in the Women’s Health Concentration, the Global Health Concentration, the Anthropology and Global Health joint degree program, and the newly-established undergraduate Public Health major.

 

 

 

 

Karen PetersKaren Peters

Dr. Peters teaches an undergraduate public health course, Public Health and Global Societies (PUBH 110).

 

 

 

Wayne Wiebel

W WiebelDr. Wiebel currently co-teaches an undergraduate public health course, Public Health and Global Citizenship (PUBH 310) and guest lectures for Outbreak Investigation. Dr. Wiebel has also taught Global Health, HIV/AIDS Epidemiology, Drug Use & Misuse, Qualitative Methods, and Evaluation Research and Community Outreach Practicum.

 

 

Geri Donenberg 

Dr. Donenberg is the Associate Dean of Research at the School of Public Health, a Professor of Medicine and the Director at Community Outreach Intervention Projects (COIP) and the Healthy Youths Program.


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