Dean Amy L. Fairchild, PhD, MPH
Amy Lauren Fairchild is a historian who works at the intersection of history, public health ethics, and public health policy and politics. Her work helped establish public health ethics—which is concerned with the well-being of populations—as fundamentally distinct from either bioethics or human rights. Whether exploring the tension between privacy and surveillance, immigration and border control, or paternalism and liberty, Fairchild assesses the social, political, and ethical factors that shape not only the potential and limits of the state to intervene for the common good but also what counts as evidence.
Senior Associate Dean of Academic Affairs and Professor; Interim Chair, Environmental Health Sciences
Senior Associate Dean of Research and Professor, Epidemiology
Assistant Dean for Strategic Initiatives
Assistant Dean for Finance and Administration
Assistant Dean for Global Public Health and Professor, Environmental Health Sciences
Chair and Professor, Biostatistics
Sr. Associate Dean of Academic Affairs and Professor; Interim Chair, Environmental Health Sciences.
Interim Chair and Associate Professor, Epidemiology
Interim Chair and Associate Professor, Health Behavior and Health Promotion
Chair and Stephen F. Loebs Professor, Health Services Management and Policy