- Barbara J Turner
Research interests: Health disparities, quality of care, cardiovascular disease, cancer prevention and substance abuse.
Research interests: Injury and occupational and chronic disease epidemiology with a focus on Hispanic and adolescent workers, surveillance, ethical issues and health effects.
- KoKo Aung
Research interests: Meta-analysis, hypertension, health issues of older adults, and cardiovascular epidemiology.
- Sandra Burge
Research interests: family violence; substance abuse; health behavior change; practice-based research in primary care.
- Robert Ferrer
Research interests: Primary care practice improvement, primary prevention of chronic disease, social determinants of health, and applications of complexity science to health and health care.
Research interests: Health economics and health disparities.
- Research interests: Emerging antibiotic resistance among Gram-positive bacteria including Staphylococcus aureus.
- Daniel E. Hale
Research interests: Endocrine disorders in chromosome 18 abnormalities, pediatric diabetes.
- Joshua T. Hanson
Research interests: Clinical epidemiology and systematic reviews.
- Carlos R. Jaén
Research interests: Health behavioral counseling, latino health issues, participatory research with communities, primary care practice redesign evaluation, primary care research.
- Yuanyuan Liang
Research interests: Design and analysis of repeated measures data, construction of optimal designs and response-adaptive designs, meta-analysis and predication models for cancer risk and prognosis.
- Jennifer Potter
Research interests: Her current research focuses on two main areas: (1) understanding the role of pain-related cognitive, behavioral, and physiological processes in opioid use behaviors; and (2) identifying mechanisms of behavior change, amenable to intervention, based on these processes. In addition to her community-based clinical research, Dr. Potter established the Opioid, Pain, and Addiction Laboratory (OPAL) to examine pain and opioid use behaviors using experimental paradigms that afford more control than is feasible in applied research.
- Anthony Scott
Research interests: Lead in asthma, oral health research, primary care practice, and early childhood research.
- Maureen Simmonds
Research interests: Chronic Pain, Cancer and Aging and the Impact on Physical, Cognitive and Social Function; Knowledge Translation and Evidence based Education in Health Professions; Understanding Behavioural Change; Virtual Reality and Computer Games for Health Related Research and Education.
- Mary Jo Pugh
Research interests: Pharmacoepidemiology, outcomes research, mixed methods, longitudinal research.
Research interests: meta-analysis, hypertension, health issues of older adults, and cardiovascular epidemiology.
- Barbara Taylor
Research interests: HIV clinical outcomes research, with a focus on HIV care in Spanish-speaking populations in the US and in Latin America.
Research interests: Health information dissemination and health workforce development.