- Course Schedules
- Department Faculty
- Master of Science in Occupational Health (MSOH)
- Master of Public Health (MPH)
- Certificate in Biostatistics and Epidemiology or Certificate in Epidemiology
- Certificate in Contempory Gerontological Practice
- Certificate in Occupational Health
- Certificate in Public Health & Emergency Response
- Certificate in Global Health
- MPH/MBA Dual Degree
- MPH/MD Dual Degree
- 3+2 BS/MPH Dual Degree
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- Center for Successful Aging
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NOTE: Full curriculum vitae for faculty members are available in PDF form by clicking on the highlighted name of the faculty member.
|Name||Areas of Interest, Expertise, and Research|
|Farhang Akbar, PhD, CIH
Professor and Director of MSOH-IH Degree Program
Rm. 4226, Collier Bldg.
|Dr. Akbar is a professor in the Department of Public Health & Preventive Medicine. He is an environmental engineer and occupational health and safety scientist. His areas of expertise include exposure assessment regarding physical agents, hazardous chemicals and mechanical agents; health and safety programs, auditing and regulations; safety management; and hazard control methods. His current research activities are focused on exposure to nonionizing radiation; human chemical exposure assessment and biological changes; exposure modeling.|
Dr. Ames' is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Public Health and Preventive Medicine. Her area of expertise is environmental health. She teaches and advises in the MSOH and MPH programs.
|Brian Fink, PhD, MPH, CHES
Rm. 4223, Collier Bldg.
Dr. Fink is an Associate Professor in the Department of Public Health and Preventive Medicine. Dr. Fink's main interests are the effects of diet and other lifestyle factors on the incidence of cancer and prognosis of cancer. He is currently studying the effects of educational and service-based breast cancer programming among the elderly and has done extensive study on the effects of flavonoids on breast cancer. He also is experienced in nutrition and physical activity research for children. He is a health educator with CHES certification with experience teaching at a School of Public Health at UNC-Chapel Hill.
|Dr. Harrington is a Volunteer Professor in the Department of Public Health and Preventive Medicine and in the Department of Microbiology and Immunology as well as a joint appointment as Professor in the Department of Pathology. His interests/expertise are in clinical, diagnostic microbiology, parasitology, mycology with emphasis on microscopy, staining of microorganisms and environmental mycology.|
|Dr. Khuder is a Professor with joint appointment in the Department of Medicine and the Department of Public Health and Preventive Medicine. Areas of interest: research design, statistical modeling, cancer epidemiology, meta-analysis, occupational and environmental health. Expertise: biostatistics and epidemiology.|
Barbara Kopp Miller, Ph.D.
Dr. Kopp Miller is Professor and Associate Provost for Online Education and Administrative Director, Center for Successful Aging. Dr. Kopp Miller began at the University of Toledo in 1991. She is responsible for developing, overseeing and evaluating online educational programs for the university. Dr. Kopp Miller’s primary research areas include: sexuality, grief and bereavement, and survey instrument development.
|Dr. Milz is the Chair and an Associate Professor in the Department of Public Health and Preventive Medicine and Co-Director of the Northwest Ohio Consortium for Public Health. Her areas of interest are human exposure assessments, risk assessments, environmental and occupational epidemiology, and the relationships between these areas.|
Dr. Paul Rega, MD, has been a board-certified emergency physician for over thirty years. During this period of time he has devoted his time to disaster medicine in terms of deployments for the federal government, research, and education. He has also been a recognized planner and educator in pandemic preparedness and response. Dr. Rega currently has a dual appointment at the University of Toledo: Department of Public Health and Preventive Medicine and the Department of Emergency Medicine.
Dr. Saltzman is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Public Health and Preventive Medicine. Dr. Saltzman is a genetic and chronic disease epidemiologist. Her main research interests include the effects of genetic variation and the environment on the incidence of chronic diseases.
Dr. Victoria Steiner is an Associate Professor in the Department of Public Health and Preventive Medicine, as well as the Assistant Administrative Director for the Center for Successful Aging. She did her graduate work in Human Development and Family Studies at the Pennsylvania State University with a focus on adult development and aging. Dr. Steiner is interested in how individuals cope with the challenges they encounter in their lives as they age, including functional decline, chronic illnesses such as Alzheimer's disease and stroke, and caregiving.
Dr. Valigosky has over twenty years of extensive environmental, occupational safety and health practice, teaching, research and service. Major areas of expertise include industrial hygiene, healthcare (Joint Commission/CMS), work with biological agent safety and security, hazardous materials management, exposure prevention, emergency preparedness, and all aspects of environmental health and safety management. He previously served as Director of Environmental Health and Radiation Safety at UT.
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