Faculty in the Division of Epidemiology and Community Health include national leaders in epidemiologic research methods; behavioral interventions; the epidemiology and prevention of obesity, cardiovascular disease, cancer and infectious diseases; genetic epidemiology; nutrition; health equity; and maternal and child health. Explore our faculty directory to discover more about active research in the Division.


The University of Minnesota is committed to using innovative tools and information technologies to create and promote collaboration across all academic disciplines and regardless of organizational affiliation or position. Experts@MN is a free resource for identifying expertise and potential collaborators at the University of Minnesota. Our scholars’ profiles provided by this tool are generated primarily from ScopusĀ©, a proprietary database, which focuses primarily on journals in the biological, medical, physical, social, and engineering sciences (the database also indexes journals in the arts & humanities, the majority of which start in 2002).

The Division of Epidemiology and Community Health is home to a number of high-caliber research facilities and resources, such as the Epidemiology Clinical Research Center, a community-based human health research facility; the Healthy Weight Research Center, which seeks to Foster innovative transdisciplinary research by investigators within and outside of the University of Minnesota; and the Nutrition Coordinating Center, which distributes and supports Nutrition Data System for Research (NDSR), a dietary analysis software application widely used for the collection and coding of 24-hour dietary recalls and the analysis of food records, menus, and recipes.

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