Epidemiologic Science

Hannah Segaloff earned an MPH and a PhD in Epidemiology from the University of Michigan School of Public Health.

Studying the Micro to Create a Major Impact

Hannah Segaloff, PhD '19

An Ann Arbor native Hannah Segaloff didn’t have to travel very far to find the perfect graduate program for her. After getting a degree in microbiology, she began her journey toward a more standardized approach to studying severe influenza among hospitalized patients.

Lilah Khoja

From Syria to Michigan: A Long Journey to Public Health

Lilah Khoja

Lilah Khoja’s path to public health wasn’t a straight one. After completing a degree in international development, she worked in a variety of industries, trying to find the right fit. In her work with Syrian refugees in Turkey, she realized public health was her calling.

Rebecca Prevots

Data in Action: Alum Lauded for Success in Mentoring Uses Epidemiology Research to Serve

Rebecca Prevots

“As an epidemiologist, these traditional tools for collecting, organizing, and interpreting data are our bread and butter—What diseases are out there? Who is getting them? Why are they getting sick?” Prevots says. “Public health is all about data in action, and we want to do research that ultimately has an impact on clinical practice and policy.”