NABIN BARAL

PhD Virginia Tech (2009); Research Associate, Environmental and Forest Sciences. Human dimensions of natural resource management, resilience of social-ecological systems, and community-based conservation.
RANJU BARAL

PhD Virgina Tech (2013); MPH Tribhuvan University, Nepal (2006); Post-Doctoral Fellow, Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation. Health economics, health systems, and health services delivery.
STEPHEN BEZRUCHKA

MPH Johns Hopkins (1993); MD Stanford (1973); Senior Lecturer, Health Services, Global Health. Population health and health disparities.
KRISTIE EBI

PhD Michigan; MPH Michigan; MS MIT; Director, Center for Health and the Global Environment, Rohm & Haas Endowed Professor in Public Health Sciences, Professor of Global Health, Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences. Health risks of climate variability and change.
ANNETTE FITZPATRICK

PhD University of Washington; Research Professor, Family Medicine, Epidemiology; Adjunct Research Professor, Global Health. Cardiovascular disease and chronic diseases.
JONATHAN GORSTEIN

PhD University of Michigan; Clinical Assistant Professor, Global Health. Design and implementation of large-scale nutrition programs in developing countries, capacity strengthening, and monitoring and evaluation.
MATTHEW GRIFFITH

MD Stonybrook (2010); Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine Fellow, Internal medicine, Critical care, and hospital management.
SHOBHA GURUNG

PhD Northeastern (2003); Affiliate Faculty; Assoc. Professor of Sociology and Women and Gender Studies, Southern Utah University; Program Director, SUU Nepal Studies Program; Gender and labor; globalization, migration, South Asia and international studies; social justice and human rights.
FRANK JAMES

MD University of Washington (1984); PhD Boston University (1975); Clinical Assistant Professor, Health Services. Health promotion and disease prevention.
RAJENDRA KOJU

MD Bangabandhu Shiekh Mujib Medical University; MBBCh Tribhuvan University; Affiliate Associate Professor, Global Health, Public Health. Cardiology, Cardiovascular Diseases, Epidemiology.
RANDALL KYES

PhD University of Georgia; Research Professor, Psychology; Adjunct Research Professor, Global Health and Anthropology; Director, Center for Global Field Study; Core Scientist and Head, Division of Global Programs, Washington National Primate Research Center. Conservation Biology and Global Health.
MAYA MAGARATI

PhD University of Washington; MA Sociology University of Washington; Instructor, Social Work. Indigenous Wellness Research Institute. Social determinants of health and well-being in indigenous communities with particular emphasis on community-based and community-engaged participatory research.
MARY ANNE MERCER

DrPH Johns Hopkins (1987); MPH Johns Hopkins (1981); Senior Lecturer, Global Health, Health Services. Maternal and child health.
PETER MORAN

PhD University of Washington (1999); Director of University of Washington Study Abroad. Cultural Anthropology and Tibetan Buddhism.
PAUL POTTINGER

DTM&H London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (2001); MD Yale (1998); Associate Professor, Allergy and Infectious Diseases. Antimicrobial stewardship.
PASANG YANGJEE SHERPA

PhD Washington State (2012); Visiting Scholar, International Studies. Human dimensions of climate change, indigeneity, and development in the Himalaya.
AMANDA SNELLINGER

PhD Cornell (2010); MA Cornell (2006); MA Cornell (2004); Lecturer and Affiliate Scholar, International Studies. Student activism, democratic culture, political and legal change, youth education, and employment.
Benjamin SpencerBEN SPENCER

MLA, MArch University of Virginia (2004); Associate Professor, Landscape Architecture; Adjunct Associate Professor, Global Health. Relationship between built environment, ecology, and health. Participatory design and implementation of built environments in informal urban communities.
DAVID TOWNES

MD University of Massachusetts; MPH University of Illinois, Chicago; DTM&H London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine; Associate Professor, Emergency Medicine; Associate Adjunct Professor, Global Health. Humanitarian emergency responses.
JUDD WALSON

MD Tufts University; MPH Tufts University; Associate Professor, Allergy and Infectious Diseases, Pediatrics, Global Health; Adjunct Associate Professor, Epidemiology. Child & adolescent health, diarrheal diseases, and HIV/Malaria.
NATHALIE WILLIAMS

PhD University of Michigan (2009); Assistant Professor, Sociology, Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies; Center for Demography and Ecology. Migration patterns during periods of conflict, climate change, and social change.
SETH WOLPIN

PhD Oregon State University (2004); MPH Oregon State University (1999); Clinical Associate Professor, Biobehavioral Nursing. Clinical informatics and health promotion and education.