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    Hunter College
  Jan 16, 2018
Undergraduate Catalog 2016-2017 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Faculty of the School of Urban Public Health

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David U. Himmelstein, Professor; MD, Columbia; Health Care Finance and Policy, Health Services Research, Health Care Inequality, Social Justice

May May Leung, Assistant Professor; PhD, RD, The University of North Carolina; Childhood Obesity, Health Communication, Translational Research

Khursheed Navder, Professor; PhD, Kansas;Body Composition, Lipid and Alcohol Metabolism, Textural Sensory Evaluation of Foods

Charles Platkin, Distinguished Lecturer; PhD, Florida International University; JD, Fordham University; Health Messaging and Behavior Change, Obesity in Adolescents and Adults

Steffie Woolhandler, Professor; MD, LSU New Orleans, MPH U.C. Berkeley; Health Care Finance and Policy, Health Services Research, Health Care Inequality, Social Justice

Ming-Chin Yeh, Associate Professor; PhD, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Overweight and Obesity Prevention and Management, Diabetes Prevention, Lifestyle Intervention

Philip Alcabes, Professor; PhD, Johns Hopkins University; Public mental health, cultural determinants of illness, community health policy and ethics.

Victoria Fischer, Assistant Professor; PhD, Stony Brook University; Pathophysiology, folate and obesity 

Steven Trasino, Assistant Professor; PhD, University of Maryland; Micronutrient and Phytochemical Metabolism in Obesity and Diabetes.