PhD, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, 2004
MPH, University of Michigan School of Public Health, 2001
BA, Northwestern University, 1999
Dr. Elizabeth Selvin is a Professor of Epidemiology at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Heath and holds a joint appoint in the School of Medicine, Division of General Internal Medicine. She is currently principal investigator of grants from the National Institutes of Health, the American Heart Association, and the National Kidney Foundation. Dr. Selvin is an internationally recognized leader in the field of diabetes and cardiovascular epidemiology. Her work on the association of hemoglobin A1c (HbA1c) with complications and its role in the diagnosis of diabetes has directly influenced clinical practice guidelines. In 2013, she was awarded the Harry Keen Memorial Award by the International Diabetes Epidemiology Group of the International Diabetes Federation for her contributions to the field.
Dr. Selvin has a particular interest in the interface of epidemiology and clinical and public health policy. Much of her work focuses on the study of biomarkers and diagnostics relavant to diabetes and its complications. An overarching goal of her work is use epidemiologic research to inform diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and kidney disease screening, diagnosis, and treatment.
Honors and Awards
2015 Advising, Mentoring, and Teaching Award, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
2013 Harry Keen Memorial Award, International Diabetes Epidemiology Group, International Diabetes Federation
2012 Advising, Mentoring, and Teaching Award, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
2012 Delta Omega Honorary Society in Public Health
2012 Fellow of the American Heart Association
1999-2001 Dean’s Scholarship, University of Michigan School of Public Health
1999-2001 Klare Memorial Scholarship, University of Michigan School of Public Health 1999
Summa cum Laude, Northwestern University
1999 Phi Beta Kappa, Northwestern University