Madhav P. Bhatta, Ph.D, MPH

Madhav P. Bhatta, Ph.D, MPH

Epidemiology
Assistant Professor
Campus:
Kent
Contact Information
Phone:
330-672-6511
Fax:
330-672-6505

Biography

Dr. Bhatta has almost 15 years of administrative, teaching, training, and research experience in the field of public health, especially in infectious disease epidemiology and global health. He has taught for the Department of Epidemiology at the University of Alabama at Birmingham (health without boarders; infectious disease surveillance and control; global perspectives in disease control and prevention) and served as the program director of the UAB Sparkman Center for Global Health. Dr. Bhatta currently also serves as a consultant epidemiologist for the Carroll County and Tuscarawas County General Health Districts in Northeast Ohio as part of their Public Health Emergency Preparedness Program. As such he an integral part of the emergency preparedness response for these two counties and advises the health departments on all the epidemiologic aspects of emergency response and action.  Dr. Bhatta currently teaches courses in global health at the undergraduate and epidemiologic methods at the graduate level in the college. Dr. Bhatta has published about a dozen  articles, book chapters, and abstracts on topics in public health.

COURSES TEACHING

Spring 2015

  • EPI 52017 - 001 Fundamentals Public Hlth Epid
  • BST 63012 - 001 Survival Analysis In Ph
  • EPI 63016 - 001 Principles Of Epidem Research
  • SBS 80198 - 006 Directed Res Prevention Scienc
  • BST 83012 - 001 Survival Analysis In Ph

Summer 2015

  • PH 41092 - 001 Fld Exp Basic Hlth Hum Need

Fall 2015

  • PH 30012 - 001 Communicable Diseases
  • PH 44003 - 001 Env Hlth Iss Low Mid Inc Count
  • EPI 52017 - 001 Fundamentals Public Hlth Epid

Education

PhD, Epidemiology, University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Public Health, 2007, MPH, Epidemiology and International Health, University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Public Health, 1999

Expertise

Infectious Disease Epidemiology, HIV/AIDS/STI, Women's Health, Global health, Epidemiologic Methods, Rural Health, Immigrant Health, Children Health