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At PCD, each manuscript determined to be appropriate for peer review undergoes a rigorous review by one of our associate editors. These volunteers are independent public health experts who bring a wealth of training, experience, and expertise to the journal. They select manuscripts on the basis of their alignment with the journal’s vision and mission and their scientific and programmatic contributions to advancing the field of chronic disease prevention and control.



Arsham Alamian, PhD, MSc, FACE

Associate Dean for Health Studies
Associate Professor
University of Miami
School of Nursing and Health Studies
Coral Gables, Florida


Dr Alamian is Associate Dean for Health Studies and Associate Professor at University of Miami School of Nursing and Health Studies (SONHS). As Associate Dean, Dr Alamian oversees the public health and health sciences programs of the SONHS. Dr Alamian’s research interests include cluster-risk and theoretical modeling of risk behaviors and risk factors for chronic disease including metabolic syndrome, diabetes, and cardiovascular disease. He has been investigator on multiple NIH and state grants on pediatric obesity, metabolic syndrome, and biomarkers for chronic liver disease. Dr Alamian received his doctoral degree in public health, with specialization in epidemiology, from the University of Montreal School of Public Health. He completed a fellowship in public health through a Canadian Institutes of Health Research fellowship program at McGill University, and holds a master of science degree in pharmacy, with specialization in pharmacoepidemiology, from Laval University.

Appointment Term: 2019–2023



Ronny A. Bell, PhD, MS

Professor and Chair
Department of Public Health
East Carolina University School of Medicine
Greenville, North Carolina

Ronny Bell

Dr Bell is Professor with tenure of Public Health Sciences, Department of Epidemiology and Prevention at the Wake Forest School of Medicine. He is also director of the Maya Angelou Center for Health Equity at Wake Forest, a designated Center of Excellence with the National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities. He is professor and chair of the Department of Public Health at East Carolina University. Dr Bell is chair of the North Carolina Diabetes Advisory Council and the North Carolina American Indian Health Board. He also serves on the American Diabetes Association Health Disparities Committee. Dr Bell received his master’s and doctoral degrees in nutrition at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and his master’s in epidemiology at the Wake Forest School of Medicine. He completed a postdoctoral fellowship in gerontology at Wake Forest before joining the faculty in 1996.

Appointment Term: 2016–2020



Erin Bouldin, PhD, MPH

Assistant Professor
Department of Health and Exercise Science
Beaver College of Health Sciences
Appalachian State University
Boone, North Carolina


Dr Bouldin is an Assistant Professor in the Public Health Program at Appalachian State University where she teaches in the CEPH-accredited bachelor’s degree program in public health and researches disability, healthy aging, and caregiving, with an emphasis on people living in rural areas. She received an MPH in Epidemiology from the University of Florida and a PhD in Epidemiology from the University of Washington. She completed a post-doctoral fellowship with the VA Center of Innovation for Veteran-Centered and Value-Driven Care in Seattle.

Appointment Term: 2019–2023



Tammy Calise, DrPH

Director, John Snow, Inc. Healthy Communities
Boston, Massachusetts


Dr Calise is the director of John Snow, Inc. Healthy Communities and is responsible for advancing the organization’s commitment to place-based efforts where communities flourish and people thrive. Her interests include the contributions of evidence-based programs, policies, and systems changes to health status, particularly in chronic disease. Dr Calise has a background in developmental evaluation, social determinants of health, public policy, needs assessments, and training and technical assistance. She works in health care, public health, and community-based organizations to transform places to support health. As lead evaluator on a number of state-level chronic disease efforts, Dr Calise has worked to ensure partners from across geographic areas and organizational boundaries have opportunities to collect and compile data, share information, leverage resources, and document and enhance their collective impact. Dr Calise received her DrPH in Social and Behavioral Sciences from Boston University and her Masters of Education in Health Education from the University of Missouri.

Appointment Term: 2019–2022


Vinay Cheruvu, PhD

Associate Professor of Biostatistics
Division of Biostatistics, Environmental Health Sciences, and Epidemiology
College of Public Health, Kent State University
Kent, Ohio


Dr Cheruvu received his PhD in biostatistics from Case Western Reserve University and Masters in Statistics from Oklahoma State University. He has more than 10 years of experience as a consulting biostatistician, working with researchers in the fields of medicine and public health. His expertise is in the areas of longitudinal data analysis, survival analysis, clinical trials, and mediation analysis. His research interests include HIV/AIDS, cancer survivorship, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, mental health, health care access, health-related quality of life, and health care utilization.

Appointment Term: 2019–2022



Pyone Cho, MD, MPH

Division of Diabetes Translation
National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Atlanta, Georgia


Dr Cho is an epidemiologist in the Division of Diabetes Translation at CDC. He started his public health career as a medical epidemiologist and team leader with a national vector-borne diseases control program at the Ministry of Health, Burma. Then he served as a medical officer at a mining corporation hospital. After receiving two master’s degrees at San Jose State University, California, he continued his career in two California counties, working as an epidemiologist and public health data manager. Before coming to CDC, Dr Cho was an epidemiologist at the Georgia Department of Public Health where his work focused on the prevention and control of diabetes, kidney disease, and vision health.

Appointment Term: 2019–2023



Patricia Da Rosa, DDS, MPH, MSc

Research Associate/Public Health & Health Outcomes Data Analyst
Population Health Evaluation Center
Office of Nursing Research
South Dakota State University
Brookings, South Dakota


Dr Da Rosa is a Research Associate with the College of Nursing and the South Dakota State University’s Population Health Evaluation Center. She provides services to the South Dakota Department of Health on data analysis and program evaluation. Her main projects include understanding cancer disparities and increasing breast cancer screening among underserved women in South Dakota.

Appointment Term: 2019–2023



Julia Dilley, PhD, MES

Senior Research Scientist/Epidemiologist
Multnomah County Health Department and Oregon Public Health Division
Portland, Oregon


Dr Dilley is a Senior Research Scientist/Epidemiologist with the Multnomah County Health Department and the State of Oregon Public Health Division. For more than 20 years Dr Dilley has supported public health systems in Washington, Oregon, Alaska, and New Mexico. Her recent research focuses on cannabis, alcohol, and tobacco public health policies.

Appointment Term: 2019–2023



Paul Estabrooks, PhD

Harold M. Maurer Distinguished Chair
College of Public Health | Department of Health Promotion, Social & Behavioral Health
University of Nebraska Medical Center
Omaha, Nebraska

Paul Estabrooks

Dr Estabrooks is the Harold M. Maurer Distinguished Chair and Professor in the Department of Health Promotions, Social & Behavioral Health at the University of Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha, NE. His work focuses on testing innovative physical activity, nutrition, and weight control programs, policies, and practice interventions that can be adopted in schools, workplaces, and health care clinics. Dr Estabrooks also studies health promotion initiatives that can be implemented and sustained in typical community and clinical settings, at a reasonable cost, with a focus on achieving health equity. Dr Estabrooks is the author of nearly 200 publications, mostly focusing on how best to integrate evidence-based practice into typical community and clinical settings.

Appointment Term: 2017–2020



Jeanette Gustat, PhD, MPH

Associate Professor
Department of Epidemiology, Tulane Prevention Research Center
School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine
Tulane University
New Orleans, Louisiana


Dr Gustat is an epidemiologist whose research focuses on the social and environmental determinants of physical activity and health. She is a co-investigator of the Tulane Prevention Research Center and the Bogalusa Heart Study. She is a member of the Physical Activity Policy Research Network. Her interests include physical activity, obesity, food access, psychosocial factors, urban blight, and cognitive function, and how these factors play a role in chronic disease outcomes. Dr Gustat received a BA from Valparaiso University and an MPH and PhD from Tulane University.

Appointment Term: 2019-2023

Linda D. Highfield, PhD, MS

Associate Professor of Community Health Practice & Epidemiology
UTHealth School of Public Health
Associate Professor of Internal Medicine
UTHealth McGovern Medical School
Houston, Texas

Linda Highfield

Dr Linda D. Highfield is an Associate Professor at UTHealth School of Public Health and is jointly appointed at McGovern Medical School. Her expertise is in spatial epidemiology and applied intervention research. She focuses on integration of systems science, geospatial methods, and interventions to improve health care access. Dr Highfield’s recent work includes the Accountable Health Communities model (AHC) and peer technical assistance methods, development of population health “health hubs,” and transitional care management interventions. Dr Highfield received her Master of Science degree in Epidemiology and her PhD in Biomedical Sciences (Epidemiology) from Texas A&M University.

Appointment Term: 2020-2024



Elizabeth Winter Holt, PhD, MPH

Assistant Professor
Department of Health Sciences
Furman University
Greenville, South Carolina


Dr Holt is an epidemiologist whose research and teaching focus on factors affecting the prevention and management of chronic disease. Specifically, she has examined the role of the social and physical environment on health-promoting behaviors, clinical outcomes, and quality of life. Dr Holt received a BA from Duke University, an MPH from Yale, and a PhD from the Tulane School of Public Health.

Appointment Term: 2019-2023



Brittney Keller-Hamilton, MPH, PhD

Program Manager
Division of Epidemiology
College of Public Health
The Ohio State University
Columbus, Ohio

Keller Hamilton

Ms Keller-Hamilton is a program manager of several epidemiologic research studies at The Ohio State University. Her research centers on tobacco use among adolescents and young adults. Her interests include health disparities research, epidemiologic methods, and tobacco control policy. Ms. Keller-Hamilton received her PhD in public health from The Ohio State University in December 2019. She received a Master of Public Health degree from The Ohio State University.

Appointment Term: 2019-2023



Bian Liu, PhD, MS

Assistant Professor
Department of Population Health Science and Policy
Institute for Translational Epidemiology
Department of Environmental Medicine and Public Health
Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
New York, New York


Dr Liu is an environmental and cancer epidemiologist. She studies geospatial and disparity patterns of exposure and health outcomes, investigates the health effects of environmental and occupational exposures under normal and natural/man-made disaster conditions, and examines how personal-level and area-level factors affect people’s health and their healthcare utilizations.

Appointment Term: 2019-2023



Kevin Matthews, PhD, MS

Health Geographer
National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Atlanta, Georgia


Dr Kevin Matthews is a Health Geographer at Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. His work centers around applications of geographic information sciences (GIS) for analyzing the health of populations, which includes disease mapping, medical geography, spatiotemporal epidemiology of chronic disease, and spatial accessibility for health services research. He holds a master of science in Geographic and Cartographic Sciences from George Mason University and a doctorate in Geography from the University of Iowa. He has 22 years of professional GIS experience; more than 12 of those years have been in a scientific research setting associated with public health-related projects. Overall, his work is motivated by a desire to promote the health of populations and to lessen the burden of chronic disease.

Appointment Term: 2019-2023



Katerina Maximova, PhD

Associate Professor
School of Public Health
University of Alberta
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada


Dr Maximova received training in epidemiology at McGill University, specializing in primary prevention of chronic disease through research on improving key modifiable behaviors (physical activity, healthy eating, smoking, obesity). Her research interests include etiologic associations of lifestyle behaviors with chronic disease risk, misperception of risk, novel markers for chronic disease, public health systems capacity for chronic disease prevention, implementation of prevention policies to improve lifestyle behaviors and reduce chronic disease risk, social dimensions of health, and health outcomes in immigrant and refugee populations. She is supported by a Career Development Award in Prevention Research from the Canadian Cancer Society Research Institute and engages in research to monitor Canada’s public health systems capacity for chronic disease prevention and establish the link with implementation of effective policy solutions to support healthy behavior changes.

Appointment Term: 2019–2022



Jane A. McElroy, PhD

Associate Professor
University of Missouri, Family and Community Medicine Department
Columbia, Missouri


Dr Jane A. McElroy is an associate professor at University of Missouri-Columbia. She is interested in influencing the trajectory of chronic diseases, with particular emphasis on cancer. She has explored cancer etiology through biomarker and spatial analyses; patterns of disease incidence and prevalence associated with environmental exposures and urban-rural status; and psychosocial needs among cancer patients. Her other areas of research focuses on improving health status among sexual and gender minority (SGM; aka LGBTQ) individuals. She has worked on increasing breast cancer screening among Black women, improving lesbian and bisexual women’s health through achieving a healthy weight, and exploring tobacco use among SGM individuals. She received her doctorate degree in epidemiology from University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Appointment Term: 2019-2023



Jeremy Mennis, PhD, MS

Department of Geography and Urban Studies
Temple University
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Jeremy Mennis

Dr Mennis is a professor in the Department of Geography and Urban Studies at Temple University. His area of expertise is geographic information systems (GIS) and science and its application to health and environment. His research focuses on GIS-based modeling of neighborhood, environmental, and social contexts of health behaviors and outcomes, with a focus on substance use and addiction. He has served as chair of the Geographic Information Science and Systems Specialty Group of the Association of American Geographers, on the board of directors for both the GIS Certification Institute and the University Consortium for Geographic Information Science, and on the editorial board of the Annals of the Association of American Geographers, among several other journals. Dr Mennis received a doctorate in geography from Pennsylvania State University and is a certified GIS Professional.

Appointment Term: 2018–2020



Sarah Patrick, PhD, MPH

Jackson County Health Department
Murphysboro, Illinois

Sarah Patrick

Dr Patrick graduated from the University of Illinois and University of Pittsburgh, where she was trained at the WHO Collaborating Center for Diabetes Registries, Research and Training. In the CDC Epidemic Intelligence Service, she was a field officer with the Kansas Department of Health and Environment. She is a former state epidemiologist for South Dakota and Missouri and deputy director of the St. Louis County Department of Public Health and now directs the Jackson County Health Department (JCHD) in Illinois. JCHD is part of the Healthy Southern Illinois Delta Network, where regional services such as HIV Care Connect, opioid misuse response, and HealthWorks youth care connection are provided. Dr Patrick serves on the executive committee of the Washington University Center for Community Health Partnership and Research and is an adjunct faculty member at the Southern Illinois University public health graduate program.

Appointment Term: 2018-2020



James M. Peacock, PhD, MPH

Cardiovascular Health Unit
Minnesota Department of Health
St. Paul, Minnesota

James Peacock

Dr Peacock monitors state and local trends in cardiovascular disease, stroke, and peripheral vascular disease and associated risk factors by using diverse data sources. He is especially interested in the use of geographic information systems to describe chronic diseases, risk factors, access to health care resources, and the provision of health care services by geographic distribution to better identify the needs of local communities. He received a PhD and an MPH from the University of Minnesota and a bachelor’s degree from Earlham College.

Appointment Term: 2017-2020



Austin Porter III, DrPH, MPH

Deputy Chief Science Officer, Arkansas Department of Health
Assistant Professor, Health Policy and Management
Fay W. Boozman College of Public Health
University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
Little Rock, Arkansas

Austin Porter III

Dr Porter is an assistant professor in the Department of Health Policy and Management at the Fay W. Boozman College of Public Health, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences. He also serves as the deputy chief science officer at the Arkansas Department of Health (ADH). He began his career in public health by serving as the injury epidemiologist for ADH, where he was involved in the development and evaluation of the Arkansas Trauma System. Dr Porter has more than 10 years of research experience and 8 years of experience in injury epidemiology. His research interests are in the field of trauma/injury prevention, health policy evaluation, and health systems evaluation. He earned his MPH and DrPH from the Fay W. Boozman College of Public Health, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences.

Appointment Term: 2019–2022



Terrinieka Williams Powell, PhD

Associate Professor
Department of Population, Family & Reproductive Health
Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health
Baltimore, Maryland

Terrinieka Williams Powell

Dr Powell is an associate professor in the Department of Population, Family and Reproductive Health at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health where she holds leadership roles in both the Center for Adolescent Health and the Urban Health Institute. She seeks to improve adolescent health outcomes through partnerships with churches, schools, and community-based organizations. Her areas of expertise are adolescent health, qualitative methodologies, community-engaged approaches to research, as well as intervention development and implementation science. She has collaborated with institutions across the country to address adolescent sexual and reproductive health and substance use prevention. She earned her master’s and doctoral degrees in community psychology from DePaul University.

Appointment Term: 2019–2022



Daniel Sarpong, PhD

Director, Center for Minority Health Disparities Research & Education (CMHDRE)
Endowed Chair of Health Disparities
Professor of Biostatistics, College of Pharmacy
Xavier University
New Orleans, Louisiana

Daniel Sarpong

Dr Sarpong is the director of the Center for Minority Health and Health Disparities Research and Education, Endowed Chair of Health Disparities and Professor of Biostatistics in the College of Pharmacy at Xavier University of Louisiana. Prior to returning to Xavier University of Louisiana, he was a research professor of biostatistics, senior biostatistician with RCMI Translational Research Network Data Coordinating Center, and associate director with the Center of Environmental Health at Jackson State University. He served in various capacities and positions at the Jackson Heart Study (JHS), the largest single site epidemiological study investigating the etiology and progression of cardiovascular disease in African Americans. Dr Sarpong was director, co-principal investigator and senior biostatistician of the JHS Coordinating Center. His programmatic focus has been in the use of data from large epidemiological studies and intervention trials and the application of translational research approaches to mitigate both biological and social determinants of health disparities. Dr Sarpong received his MS in Mathematics from New Mexico Highlands University and PhD in Biometry from the LSU Medical Center.

Appointment Term: 2019–2022



Deborah Salvo, PhD

Assistant Professor of Public Health
George Warren Brown School
Washington University in St. Louis
St. Louis, Missouri

Salvo Deborah

Dr Salvo is Assistant Professor of Public Health in St. Louis. She is also an adjunct researcher and faculty member at the National Institute of Public Health of Mexico. Her research interests center on the reduction of social and health disparities and the promotion of health equity. Her work focuses on understanding the context-specific relations between the built environment and health, documenting and ameliorating geospatial health disparities, and using and improving objective measures to quantify physical activity and relevant geospatial exposures. She is an active member of a global network of researchers working jointly to advance the understanding of the relation between the features of urban environments and behavioral health outcomes, with a focus on physical activity. Dr Salvo is committed to advancing this field of study globally, with emphasis in Latin America and low- and middle-income countries. She has served as invited expert for the fields of physical activity and spatial epidemiology in several international technical meetings, panels, and research courses. Dr Salvo was a contributing author for the recently published Second Lancet Series on Physical Activity (2016), presenting the latest science on physical activity and public health.

Appointment Term: 2018–2021



Charlotte D. Smith, PhD

UC Berkeley School of Public Health
Environmental Health Sciences
Berkeley, California


Dr Charlotte D. Smith is a faculty member of the University of California, Berkeley School of Public Health, and a Visiting Professor at the Universidad Jesuita de Guadalajara (Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Occidente). Her research interests include the microbial ecology and control of waterborne pathogens, and using geospatial statistics to explore the pathway from environmental exposures, including contaminated water, to diarrheal and/or kidney disease. Current community-based participatory research in Guadalajara focuses on access to water as a human right under UN Resolution 64-292. Dr Smith holds a bachelor of science degree in Microbiology from the University of Michigan, a master of arts degree in Community Health from the City University of New York, and a doctoral degree in Environmental Health Sciences from the University of California, Berkeley. She is a member of the United Nations Global Geospatial Information Management – Academic Network of the Americas and GIS Latin America. She received the Jorge Matute Remus Award in 2019.

Appointment Term: 2019-2023



Mark A. Strand, PhD, MS

College of Health Professions
North Dakota State University
Fargo, North Dakota

Mark Strand

Dr Strand teaches courses in epidemiology, prevention and management of chronic illness, and global health in the Master of Public Health Program; he also teaches a course in public health for pharmacists in the School of Pharmacy. He received a CPH (Certified in Public Health) credential from the National Board of Public Health Examiners and a certificate in Diabetes Management from the International Diabetes Federation. Dr Strand has authored more than 50 peer-reviewed articles, with primary research in diabetes prevention and management, evaluation of the Diabetes Prevention Program, comorbid diabetes and depression, metabolic syndrome, and public health education in pharmacy. He completed a trial evaluating the efficacy of the Diabetes Prevention Program in China and is fluent in Mandarin Chinese. In 2016 Dr Strand earned the College of Health Professions Dean’s Award for Excellence in Research and in 2014 was awarded the North Dakota Rural Health Educator/Mentor of the Year. He is also a section councilor in the International Health Section of the American Public Health Association. He received a BA from Luther College, an MS from the University of Minnesota, and a PhD from the University of Colorado at Denver.

Appointment Term: 2017-2020



Mikiko Terashima, PhD, MSc

School of Planning
Healthy Populations Institute
Department of Community Health and Epidemiology
Dalhousie University
Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

Mikiko Terashima

Dr Terashima’s research focuses on methods of measuring various social and built environmental forces that create systematic inequalities in health and well-being among different groups of people across communities. Her research investigates spatial accessibility to a multitude of services and amenities such as food outlets, green space, and primary health services, and their collective influences in health and well-being. Dr Terashima received a PhD from Dalhousie University, MSc from the University of British Columbia, and BSc from Michigan State University.

Appointment Term: 2018–2021



Tung-Sung Tseng, PhD, MPH

Associate Professor
Behavioral and Community Health Sciences Department
School of Public Health
Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center
New Orleans, Louisiana

Tung Sung Tseng (Sam)

Dr Tseng is associate professor in behavioral and community health sciences at the School of Public Health, Louisiana State University (LSU) Health Sciences Center in New Orleans. Dr Tseng is a Certified Health Education Specialist/Master Certified Health Education Specialist and co-chairs the Ethics Committee of the Society for Public Health Education. He is a senior behavioral scientist and lead evaluator of the Tobacco Control Initiative, a multi-disciplinary program that specializes in helping tobacco users quit, in part by offering free or low-cost tobacco treatment services to all Louisiana public hospital patients and employees and the communities that the hospitals serve. He also serves as a member of Design and Analysis Core, Health Care Effectiveness, LSU Health Care Services Division and Stanley S. Scott Cancer Center. His primary research interests include tobacco control, childhood obesity, gene–environment interaction, risk behavioral patterns, health promotion interventions and evaluations, health disparities, and cancer prevention among ethnic minorities and underserved populations. He has a doctorate in community health and a master’s degree in health policy and health behavior from the Institute of Health Policy at the National Taiwan University.

Appointment Term: 2016–2020



Camille Vaughan, MD, MS

Associate Section Chief for Research in Geriatrics and Gerontology
Emory School of Medicine
Atlanta, Georgia

Camille Vaughan

Dr Vaughan is a geriatrician and Associate Section Chief for Research in Geriatrics and Gerontology at Emory University. Dr Vaughan also serves as Atlanta site director for Clinical Programs in the Birmingham/Atlanta Geriatric Research Education and Clinical Center at the Atlanta VA Medical Center. Dr Vaughan’s research focuses on optimizing the care of adults with multiple chronic conditions. She has expertise in the study of lower urinary tract symptoms among older adults, including those living with Parkinson’s disease. She joined the Preventing Chronic Disease editorial team in October 2013. She completed her doctor of medicine and master’s degree in clinical research at Emory University.

Appointment Term: 2016–2020



Trang VoPham, PhD, MS, MPH

Epidemiology Program
Division of Public Health Sciences
Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
Seattle, Washington

Trang VoPham

Dr VoPham is an epidemiologist and geospatial scientist whose research focuses on understanding the role of place/location (particularly environmental exposures) in cancer. She integrates methods in cancer epidemiology, environmental epidemiology, and geospatial science (eg, geographic information systems [GIS]) to study how environmental exposures might affect cancer risk.

Appointment Term: 2019–2023


Korede Yusuf, MBBS, MPH, PhD

Assistant Professor
Adelphi University College of Nursing and Public Health
Garden City, New York

Kored Yusuf

Dr Yusuf is an Assistant Professor at the Adelphi University College of Nursing and Public Health. She has 15 years of combined experience in clinical practice and public health research. Her interests include health disparities and perinatal and reproductive health. Her current research focuses on maternal determinants of feto-infant health.

Appointment Term: 2019–2022



Janice C. Zgibor, RPh, PhD, CPH, FACE

Associate Dean for Academic Affairs
Director of the DrPH Program
Professor of Epidemiology
College of Public Health
University of South Florida


Dr Zgibor is Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, Director of the DrPH Program, and Professor of Epidemiology in the College of Public Health at the University of South Florida. Her primary research focus is community-based interventions for the primary and secondary prevention of diabetes and its complications.

Appointment Term: 2019–2023





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