Bridges in Public Health

Faculty from Rollins School of Public Health (RSPH), engage undergraduates in epidemiologic methods, novel interfaces in the science of health and challenges in the application of this knowledge for US health care policy.

Health Policy

David Howard, PhD

Associate Professor of Health Policy & Management, Dr. Howard's research considers economics of clinical decision-making & public policy. Spring 2017.

Race & U.S. Health Disparities

Sherman James, PhD

Dr. James, Research Prof Epidemiology, is reknowned for interdisciplinary work on the social determinants of US racial, ethnic & socioeconomic disparities in health status.


David Kleinbaum, PhD

Dr. Kleinbaum, Prof Epidemiology, CDC consultant and author of the definitive texts, is an internationally-recognized  teacher




Genome, Exposome & Health

Gary Miller, PhD

Dr. Miller, Asa Griggs Candler Prof of Environmental Health, Assoc Dean for Research & Director of Emory HERCULES center to define the exposome, works at the interface of neuroscience & toxicology.




Brad Pearce, PhD

Assoc Research Prof, Dr. Pearce bridges laboratory science & epidemiological studies to discover how genetics, infections & immune response underlie disorders of pregnancy & brain development.

Media Coverage of Science

.A. Cecile J.W. Janssens, PhD

Research Professor of EpidemiologyDr. Janssens' expertise is the use and interpretation of research methods and statistics in the analysis of big data and prediction research. Fall 2016.

Introduction to Epidemiology

Lauren Christiansen-Lindquist, PhD

Dr. Christiansen-Lindquist, Research Assistant Professor of Epidemiology, studies Maternal and Child Health, with a particular focus on stillbirth. Fall 2016.

Global Health

Deborah A. McFarland, MPH, PhD

Dr. McFarland's work focuses on global health care financing and health policy  A consultant to WHO and an award-winning teacher, she shares her global expertise  in Fall 2016.