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International Health

December 13, 2019

42 International Health Faculty Receive Excellent Course Ratings 

Each term, the Bloomberg School recognizes faculty who have contributed significantly to the intellectual life of the School through their excellence in teaching.

Honorees are those instructors who received an average score of 3.6 or above (on a scale from a low of 1 to a high of 4) in both the Overall Course and Overall Instructor categories of their student course evaluations, with a response rate of 70% or higher. Twenty-one International Health faculty received this distinction for courses they taught during 3rd, 4th and Winter terms in the 2018-2019 academic year.

Sara Bennett
Professor, International Health
Course: Health Policy Analysis in Low- and Middle-Income Countries

Chris Beyrer
Professor, Epidemiology / International Health (Joint) / Health, Behavior and Society (Joint)
Course: Assessing Epidemiologic Impact of Human Rights Violations

August Bourgeois
Associate, International Health
Course: Biologic Basis of Vaccine Development

Jay Bream
Associate Professor, Molecular Microbiology and Immunology / International Health (Joint)
Course(s): Graduate Immunology: The Immune Response
Biologic Basis of Vaccine Development

Gilbert Burnham
Professor, International Health / School of Nursing (Joint)
Courses: Project Development for Primary Health Care in Developing Countries 
Armed Conflict and Health

Laura Caulfield
Professor, International Health
Course: Doctoral Seminar in Proposal Development

Nadine Caron
Associate, International Health
Course: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Understanding the Health of Native Americans

Lisa Cooper
Professor, Health Behavior and Society / School of Medicine / Epidemiology (Joint) / Health Policy and Management (Joint) / International Health (Joint)
Course: Applications of Innovative Methods in Health Equity

Priya Duggal
Associate Professor, Epidemiology / International Health (Joint)
Course: Principles of Genetic Epi 4: Emerging and Advanced Methods

Anna Durbin
Professor, International Health / School of Medicine (Joint)
Courses: Biologic Basis of Vaccine Development 
Special Topics in Vaccine Science

Anbrasi Edward
Associate Scientist, International Health
Course: Project Development for Primary Health Care in Developing Countries

Carlton Evans
Associate, International Health
Course: Tropical Medicine and Parasitology

George Everly
Professor, International Health
Courses: Stress Management for Relief Workers 
Mental Health Aspects of Disaster: Public Health Preparedness and Response

Robert Gilman
Professor, International Health / Molecular Microbiology and Immunology (Joint)
Course (s): Child and Public Health in the Tropics
Tropical Medicine and Parasitology

Joanne Katz
Professor, International Health/ Biostatistics (Joint) / Epidemiology (Joint)
Course: Design and Conduct of Community Trials

Alain Labrique
Associate Professor, International Health / Epidemiology (Joint) / Health Policy and Management (Joint)
Course(s): Introduction to Digital Health in Low- and Middle-Income Countries
Design and Conduct of Community Trials

Harold Lehmann
Associate Professor, School of Medicine / Health Policy and Management (Joint) / International Health (Joint)
Course: Health Sciences Informatics, Knowledge Engineering and Decision Support

William Moss
Professor, Epidemiology / International Health (Joint)/ Molecular Microbiology and Immunology (Joint)
Course (s): Child and Public Health in the Tropics
Tropical Medicine and Parasitology

Luke Mullany
Professor, International Health
Course: Design and Conduct of Community Trials

Vicente Navarro
Professor, Health Policy and Management / International Health (Joint)
Course: Politics of Health Policy

Douglas Norris
Professor, Molecular Microbiology and Immunology / International Health (Joint)
Courses: Expert Searching for High Quality Evidence in the Online Environment 
Vector Biology and Disease Ecology Literature

Randall Packard
Professor, Krieger School of Arts and Science / International Health (Joint)
Course: History of International Health and Development

George Pariyo
Senior Scientist, International Health
Course: Case Studies in Management Decision-Making

Henry Perry
Senior Scientist, International Health
Course: Advances in Community-Oriented Primary Health Care

Krishna Rao
Associate Professor, International Health
Courses: Financing Health Systems for Universal Health Coverage 
Globalization and Health: Economic Development

Timothy Roberton
Assistant Scientist, International Health
Course: Managing Nongovernmental Organizations in the Health Sector

Courtland Robinson
Associate Professor, International Health / Population, Family and Reproductive Health (Joint)
Course: Migration and Health: Concepts, Rates and Relationships

Daniela Rodriguez
Associate Scientist, International Health
Course: Health Policy Analysis in Low- and Middle-Income Countries

Andy Ruff
Associate Professor, International Health
Course: Infectious Diseases and Child Survival

David Sack
Professor, International Health / Epidemiology (Joint)
Course: Clinical and Epidemiologic Aspects of Tropical Diseases

Daniel Salmon
Professor, International Health / Health Policy and Society (Joint)
Course: Vaccine Policy Issues

Meike Schleiff
Assistant Scientist, International Health
Course: Advances in Community-Oriented Primary Health Care

Anita Shet
Senior Scientist, International Health
Course: Special Topics in Vaccine Science

Kristen Speakman
Senior Research Associate, International Health
Course: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Understanding the Health of Native Americans

Paul Spiegel
Professor, International Health
Course: Introduction of Water, Sanitation and Hygiene in Emergencies

Andrea Sutherland
International Health
Course: Vaccine Policy Issues

Kawsar Talaat
Assistant Professor, International Health
Courses: Infectious Diseases and Child Survival 
Clinical and Epidemiologic Aspects of Tropical Diseases

Yvonne Tam
Senior Research Associate, International Health
Course: Special Topics in Program Evaluation in International Health

Antonio Trujillo
Associate Professor, International Health
Course: Econometric Methods for Evaluation of Health Programs

Neff Walker
Senior Scientist, International Health
Course: Special Topics in Program Evaluation in International Health

Bill Weiss
Associate Scientist, International Health
Course: Introduction to Digital Health in Low- and Middle-Income Countries

Albert Wu
Professor, Health Policy and Management / Epidemiology (Joint) / International Health (Joint)
Course: Patient Safety and Medical Errors