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Full-time Faculty Directory

Faculty are located on either the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health (JHSPH) East Baltimore campus or the Johns Hopkins Whiting School of Engineering (WSE) Homewood campus. For more information about these locations, please see the Contact Us page.

Marsha Wills-Karp, Department Chair, Professor
JHSPH - Room E7527 || 410-955-2452
WSE - Ames 312 || 410-516-7092
Allergy, asthma, immunology, pulmonary biology, environmental health, air pollution, microbiome, early life determinants of immune disease
Environmental health sciences, aging, workers occupational health, environmental health, occupational stress, musculoskeletal disorders, ergonomics, neurotoxins
Hedy V. Alavi - WSE, Associate Teaching Professor
Ames 215 || 410-516-6022
Hazardous and solid waste engineering and management
Steven S. An - JHSPH, Associate Professor
615 N. Wolfe Street, Room E6646 || 410-502-5085
Obstructive lung disease, airway smooth muscle, molecular biophysics, nanotechnologies, cell mechanics, cytoskeleton, metabolism, cancer, aging
Daniel J. Barnett - JHSPH, Associate Professor
615 N. Wolfe Street, Room E7036 || 410-502-0591
Public health practice, preparedness, emergency response, training, exercises, evaluation, terrorism preparedness, all-hazards readiness, mental health, organizational change, public health workforce
Environmental health sciences, electronic cigarettes, cigarette smoke, lung diseases, inflammation, cancer, COPD, emphysema, asthma
Martin Bloem - JHSPH, Professor, Director, The Johns Hopkins Center for a Livable Future (CLF)
111 Market Place
Food Systems, Nutrition, PEM, Micronutrient deficiencies, Food Security, HIV/AIDS
John J. Boland - WSE, Professor Emeritus
Ames 305 || 410-235-5515
Environmental economics and policy
Ed Bouwer - WSE, Abel Wolman Professor of Environmental Engineering
Ames 307 || 410-516-7437
Environmental microbiology, waste treatment
Joseph P. Bressler - JHSPH, Associate Professor
707 North Broadway || 443-923-2677
Environmental health sciences, blood brain barrier, lead, iron transporters, neurodevelopment
Grace S. Brush - WSE, Professor Emeritus
Ames 303 || 410-516-7107
Ecology, paleoecology, plant geography
Jessie P. Buckley - JHSPH, Assistant Professor
615 N. Wolfe Street, Room W7513A || 410-502-6150
Biomarkers, children's environmental health, developmental origins of health and disease, endocrine disruptors, environmental epidemiology, environmental phenols, epidemiologic methods, exposure assessment, exposure mixtures, obesity, occupational epidemiology, perinatal and pediatric epidemiology, phthalates
615 N. Wolfe Street, Room W7503B || 410-955-4587
Occupational and environmental health, DOE Former Workers Program, occupational and environmental health nursing, thyroid dysfunction and work
615 N. Wolfe Street, Room 6402 || 410-614-2289
Environmental Health Sciences, restriction enzymes, methylases, chimeric nucleases, targeted recombination, zinc finger nucleases, targeted gene correction, targeted gene disruption, homologous recombination
Elsbeth M. L. Chee, Senior Research Associate
111 Market Place, Suite 850 || 410-659-6112
Meghan Frost Davis - JHSPH, Assistant Professor
615 N. Wolfe Street, Room E7612 || 410-614-8283
Antimicrobial resistance, asthma, environmental epidemiology, environmental microbiology, microbial ecology, microbiome, MRSA, MRSP, one health, staphylococci, veterinary medicine
Mary L. Doyle - JHSPH, Research Associate
615 N. Wolfe Street, Room W7041 || 410-955-0423
ERC professional, continuing education, hearing conservation, spirometry, CE, occupational health, COHN-S, CME, continuing medical education
615 N. Wolfe Street, Room E7031 || 410-955-4235
Aflatoxins, carcinogenesis, mass spectrometry
J. Hugh Ellis, Professor
Ames 210 || 410-516-6537
Environmental systems
Natalie Exum - JHSPH, Assistant Scientist
Paul Ferraro - WSE, Bloomberg Distinguished Professor of Water and Environmental Economics
Ames 309 || 410-516-5127
Behavioral science, causal inference, evidence-based public policy, randomized experiments, economics, behavior change, impact evaluation
615 North Wolfe; E7630 || 410-614-5450
Environmental Health Sciences, carotid body, chemotransduction, cardiopulmonary control, acetylcholine, catecholamines, gene-based differences in ventilator response to hypoxia and in morphology/function of the carotid body
Sheila Fitzgerald, Associate Professor – Emeritus
615 N. Wolfe Street, Room W7503B || 410-955-4082
Environmental Health Sciences, adolescents and young working adults, occupational stress, cardiovascular disease risk, return to work, workplace violence, health promotion, disease prevention
Jillian Parry Fry - JHSPH, Assistant Scientist
615 N. Wolfe Street, Room W7013 || 410-502-7578
Agriculture, aquaculture, Chesapeake Bay watershed protection, climate change, communication, environmental justice, food system, health disparities, industrial food animal production, policy, qualitative methods, seafood, sustainability
615 N. Wolfe Street, Room W7032 || 410-614-4990
Environmental Health Sciences, toxicology, humane science, in vitro, Center for Alternatives to Animal Testing
Gigi Kwik Gronvall, PhD, Senior Scholar, Associate Professor
615 N. Wolfe Street Room E7527A || 410-955-3900
Environmental Health Sciences, chemical carcinogenesis, environmental carcinogenesis, chemoprevention, cancer prevention and control
Ames 209 || 410-516-7183
Applied micro- and macroeconomics and finance
Ciaran Harman - WSE, Assistant Professor; Russell Croft Faculty Scholar
Ames 306 || 410-516-7102
Landscape hydrology and transport
615 N. Wolfe Street Room W7035 || 410-614-4990
Christopher D. Heaney - JHSPH, Associate Professor
615 N. Wolfe Street Room W7033B || 443-287-4989
Environmental epidemiology, occupational and environmental health, infectious diseases, water and health, global climate change, community-based participatory research
Benjamin F. Hobbs - WSE, Theodore M. and Kay W. Schad Professor of Environmental Management
Ames 208 || 410-516-4681
Environmental, energy, and water systems, economics
Christopher Hurtado, MHS, Research Associate, Center for Health Security
Tom Inglesby, MD, Director, Center for Health Security
Norma F. Kanarek - JHSPH, Associate Professor
615 N. Wolfe Street, Room E7541 || 410-955-3758
Environmental Health Sciences, public health practice, public health performance, surveillance, tracking, community health, community health assessment, applied epidemiology, cancer
Thomas Kensler - JHSPH, Professor Emeritus
BSPH Room E7030 || 410-955-1292
Environmental Health Sciences, chemical carcinogenesis, chemoprevention, hepatocarcinogenesis, reactive oxygen, antioxidants, enzyme induction, aflatoxin, oltipraz, chlorophyllin, sulforaphane, Keap1, Nrf2, triterpenoids
Tara Kirk Sell, PhD, MASenior Scholar, Assistant Professor
Andre Kleensang - JHSPH, Research Associate
615 N. Wolfe Street, Room W7032 || 410-614-4971
Kirsten Koehler - JHSPH, Associate Professor
615 N. Wolfe Street, Room E6632 || 410-955-7706
Exposure assessment, aerosols, air quality, spatial statistics
Mark J. Kohr - JHSPH, Assistant Professor
615 N. Wolfe Street, Room E7616 || 443-287-2721
Cardiovascular disease, cardiac physiology, electrophysiology, proteomics, reactive nitrogen species, nitric oxide, S-nitrosylation, reactive oxygen species, nitroso-redox balance, oxidative stress, sex differences
Stephane Lajoie - JHSPH, Assistant Scientist
615 N. Wolfe Street
Megan Weil Latshaw - JHSPH, Assistant Scientist
615 N. Wolfe Street, Room E7527 || 410-502-8948
Environmental health, Masters, environmental justice, public health practice, policy
Robert S. Lawrence - JHSPH, Professor – Emeritus
615 N. Wolfe Street, Room W7010 || 410-614-4590
Environmental impacts of industrial agriculture, food security, health and human Rights
615 N. Wolfe Street, Room E6624 || 410-955-3009
Industrial hygiene, occupational and environmental hygiene, Environmental Health Sciences, exposure assessment, retrospective exposure assessment, surface contamination, dermal exposure, synthetic vitreous fibers, chromium
E7531 Wolfe St Bldg || 410-955-9622
Environmental Health Sciences, imaging, dosimetry, radiation, dirty bombs, nuclear medicine, radiological terror, public health preparedness
Paul A. Locke - JHSPH, Associate Professor
615 N. Wolfe Street || 410-502-2525
Environmental law, environmental policy, risk assessment, risk management, radon, radiation, alternatives to animal testing, regulation, uranium mining, space radiation
David C. Love - JHSPH, Associate Scientist
615 N. Wolfe Street, Room W7009 || 443-287-4761
Environmental microbiology, public health microbiology, aquaculture, food production, shellfish
Shawn E. McKenzie - JHSPH, Research Associate
615 N. Wolfe Street, Room W7010 || 410-502-7578
Food systems, sustainability, behavior change communication
Diane Meyer, RN, MPH, Analyst, Research Associate
Scot Miller - WSE, Assistant Professor
Ames 308 || 410-516-7095
Greenhouse Gas Lab of Dr. Scot Miller
Greenhouse gases, air pollution, atmospheric science
615 N. Wolfe Street, Room E7608 || 410-614-5446
Structural basis of physiologic lung function, environmental exposures
Keeve E. Nachman - JHSPH, Assistant Professor
615 N. Wolfe Street, Room W7010E || 410-502-7578
Arsenic, food systems, risk science, risk assessment, environmental epidemiology, industrial food animal production, animal waste, animal feed, foraging, urban gardens, agriculture, biosolids, veterinary drugs, Chesapeake Bay watershed protection, antimicrobial resistance, exposure assessment, regulatory toxicology, regulatory policy, chemical residues in food
Roni A. Neff - JHSPH, Assistant Professor
615 N. Wolfe Street, Room W7010 || 410-614-6027
Food system, food waste, meat, climate change, agriculture, policy, communication, sustainability, health disparities, Baltimore, history, occupational injury and illness, resilience
Jennifer Nuzzo, DrPH, SM, Associate Professor
Cindy L. Parker - JHSPH, Assistant Scientist
615 N. Wolfe Street, Room W7033 || 443-287-6734
Global warming, climate change, sustainability, global environmental change, peak oil, peak petroleum, risk communication, crisis communication, energy scarcity, energy policy, energy and health
Nora Pisanic - JHSPH, Assistant Scientist
615 N. Wolfe Street, Room W7033
Jonathan S. Pollak - JHSPH, Research Associate
615 N. Wolfe Street, Room W7508A || 410-502-6118
Carsten Prasse - WSE, Assistant Professor
Ames 211 || 410-516-5184
Prasse Lab
Environmental chemistry, exposome science, water treatment, environmental health
Sarah Preheim - WSE, Assistant Professor
Ames 205 || 410-516-6632
Environmental microbiology, microbial ecology, bioinformatics
Harihar Rajaram - WSE, Professor
Ames 310 || 410-516-5421
Sanjana Ravi, MPH, Senior Analyst, Research Associate
615 N. Wolfe Street, Room E6634 || 410-502-0182
Exposure assessment, occupational health, exposure models air pollution, Bayesian applications in exposure assessment, nanoparticles, occupational exposures, indoor air pollution, cookstove emissions, exposome
Ames 206 || 410-516-4387
Environmental chemistry
Ana María Rule - JHSPH, Assistant Professor
615 N. Wolfe Street, Room W6118 || 410-502-5952
Air Pollution, bioaerosols, metal speciation, sampler characterization
Ames 501 || 410-516-6158
Economic geography, environmental history, environmental politics and policy, history of mining, history of the automobile, interdisciplinary scientific collaboration
Monica Schoch-Spana, PhD, Senior Scholar, Visiting Faculty
615 N. Wolfe Street, Room E6620 || 410-614-5753
Environmental Health Sciences, environmental microbiology, microbial fate and transport, water quality, drinking water treatment, disinfection, groundwater, wastewater, sewage, water and wastewater distribution systems, gastroenteritis, diarrhea, enteric pathogens, parasites (cryptosporidium, toxoplasma, giardia), viruses (norovirus, norwalk-like viruses, hepatitis A virus, rotavirus), bacterial indicators of water quality, bacteriophage, antibiotic resistant bacteria, molecular detection of microorganisms (PCR, RT-PCR, microarrays, hybridization), infectious diseases, microbial risk assessment, food borne and waterborne outbreak investigations, urban environmental pollution, airborne microorganisms, concentrated animal feeding operations (CAFO), Chesapeake Bay research
615 N. Wolfe Street, W7041 || 410-955-4158
Environmental health sciences, biological markers, cognitive functioning, gene-environment interaction, genetic susceptibility, lead intoxication, molecular epidemiology, neurobehavioral testing, occupational epidemiology, occupational safety and health, retrospective assessment of exposure, solvents, chemicals, global warming, global environmental change, the built environment, unconventional fossil fuels, fracking, environmental epidemiology
Natalie L. Semon - JHSPH, Research Associate
615 N. Wolfe Street, Room E7038 || 410-614-3274
Preparedness, emergency response, professional education/training, online learning
Matthew Shearer, MPH, Senior Analyst, Research Associate
Ellen Silbergeld - JHSPH, Professor Emertius
615 N. Wolfe Street, Room E6644 || 410-955-8678
Industrial farming, food safety, molecular devices for pathogen detection, disease modeling, antibiotic-resistant bacteria, heavy metals, environmental and occupational health
Fenna Sillé - JHSPH, Assistant Professor
615 N. Wolfe Street, Room E7628 || 410-502-4556
Immunology, immunotoxicology, arsenic, environmental health, infectious disease, tuberculosis, early-life exposures, metabolomics
Genee S. Smith - JHSPH, Assistant Professor
615 N. Wolfe Street, Room W7513D || 443-287-6735
Environmental health, climate change, environmental epidemiology, infectious disease, air pollution, extreme weather events
Michael Snyder, MALD, Analyst, Research Associate
Environmental Health Sciences, air pollution, ozone, respiratory system, nasal bronchial, epithelium inflammation, mucosal immunity, T-cell activation, mediators, gene expression, asthma, influenza A, rhinovirus, respiratory syncytial virus
Martin L. Stephens - JHSPH, Senior Research Associate
Evidence-based toxicology, alternative methods, animals in research, 21st century toxicology
Ames 304 || 410-516-8476
Environmental and aquatic chemistry
615 N. Wolfe Street, Room E7535
Environmental and occupational health sciences, molecular biomonitoring, genotoxic agents, carcinogens, genetic polymorphisms, carcinogen metabolites, genetic damage in human populations, molecular epidemiology, exposome
Winnie Wan-yee Tang - JHSPH, Associate Professor
615 N. Wolfe Street, Room E7545 || 410-614-3910
Epigenetic reprogramming in development and disease, epigenetic epidemiology, DNA methylation, DNA hydroxymethylation, transgenerational inheritance, house dust mite, airborne PAHs, arsenic, endocrine disrupting chemicals, asthma, cardiovascular disease, cancer
Eric Toner, MD, Senior Scholar, Senior Scientist
Katya Tsaioun - JHSPH, Senior Research Associate
Zhibin Wang - JHSPH, Associate Professor
Human epigenome, epigenetic code, establishment mechanism of histone codes/patterns, environmental disease, next-generation sequencing, histone acetylation, HATs and HDACs, transcriptional regulation, DNA Methylation, asthma, cancer, autoimmune diseases, HIV/AIDs
Crystal R. Watson, DrPH, MPH, Senior Scholar, Assistant Professor
Matthew Watson, Senior Analyst, Research Associate
Virginia M. Weaver - JHSPH, Associate Professor
615 N. Wolfe Street
Biomarkers, cadmium, lead, medical surveillance, N-acetyl-beta-D-glucosaminidase (NAG), occupational and environmental chemical exposures, occupational and environmental nephrotoxicants
Estrogens, estradiol, estrogen metabolism, catechol-O-methyltransferase (COMT), catechols, estrogen receptor, estrogen receptors, carcinogenesis, liver cancer, breast cancer, genetic polymorphisms, Environmental Health Sciences, environmental disease: molecular mechanisms, pathophysiology molecular, translational toxicology, training program in Environmental Health Sciences
Liang Zhao - JHSPH, Research Associate
Metabolomics, mass spectrometry, metabolite profiling, stable isotope-labeling, metabolic flux analysis, bioinformatics, toxicology, biomarker discovery