Faculty Research Areas
Amy Brock Martin, Dr.PH., Research Assistant Professor. Dr. Martin’s research interests include rural health, oral health, and children with special health care needs.
Phoenix Do, Ph.D., Assistant Professor. Dr. Do’s research interests the social determinants of health, disparities in health, neighborhood context, quantitative methodologies, and their intersections.
Saundra Glover, Ph.D., Associate Dean for Health Disparities and Social Justice, Arnold School of Public Health; Director, Institute for Partnerships to Eliminate Health Disparities; Associate Professor, Department of Health Services Policy and Management. Dr. Glover’s research focuses on health disparities experienced by minority populations. For more on the Institute for Partnerships to Eliminate Health Disparities, which Dr. Glover directs, please go to the following link: http://www.sph.sc.edu/health_disparities/default.htm.
Whiejong Han, Ph.D., Clinical Associate Professor. Dr. Han is primarily engaged in teaching, but retains a research interest in child health services issues.
James McTigue, Ph.D., Adjunct Professor and Director of the Master of Pubic Health Program. Research interests: AIDS, Drug Development, Pharmaceutical Industry, Quality of Care, Primary Care.
Jay Moskowitz, Ph.D., Professor, and President and CEO, Health Sciences South Carolina, Endowed Chair, Translational Clinical Research, Center for Healthcare Quality. For more information on Health Sciences South Carolina, please go do the following link: http://www.healthsciencessc.org/.
Janice C. Probst, Ph.D., Interim Chair, Associate Professor, Director of the South Carolina Rural Health Research Center. Dr. Probst’s research interests include rural health, health disparities, and health services management.
For more information on the South Carolina Rural Health Research Center, directed by Dr. Probst, go to the following link: http://rhr.sph.sc.edu/index.php.
Sudha Xirasagar, Ph.D., Associate Professor and Director of the Master of Health Administration Program. Dr Xirasagar’s research interests include health policy, financing, and competition, clinical outcomes, and physician leadership.