OVERVIEW OF COURSES TAUGHT
An integrated approach to the disciplines of Biostatistics and Epidemiology. Develops quantitative skills to evaluate data and make evidence-based decisions. Covers conduct and design of epidemiologic studies, basic biostatistical analyses, biostatistical software, and foundational knowledge of exposure and outcome assessment.
QUANTITATIVE METHODS FOR
PUBLIC HEALTH PRACTICE
Statistical analysis of health and biological data covering measurement scales, random sampling, data quality, data storage descriptive and exploratory techniques, probability distributions, estimation and hypothesis testing, includes an integrated lab activity.
The study of population-based risks of infectious and noninfectious diseases and how these risks relate to cause, treatment and prevention.
Examination of global distribution of disease and wellbeing. Explore connections between global health and social/economic development. Multidisciplinary approach to critical problems including HIV/AIDS, malaria, complex humanitarian emergencies, and disasters. Addresses ethics and leadership in global health.