Baylor Family Medicine Faculty
Pictured, from left: Camille Leugers, M.D.; Irvin Sulapas, M.D.; Jennifer Okoh, M.B.B.S., MPH; Reem Hadi, M.D.; Mohamad Sidani, M.D., MS; Isabel Valdez, MS; Carmen Robinson, M.D.; Quyen Tran, M.D.; Matthew Horsfield, M.D.; Elizabeth Tran, M.D.; Angie Sung, M.D.; Elisa Rivera-Hayes, B.S.; Aymer Al-Mutairi, M.D.; Maria la Cruz Rondon, M.D.; Owen McCormack, D.O.; Hamisu Salihu, M.D., Ph.D.; James Bray, Ph.D.; Sarah Duban, PA-C; Luis Rustveld, Ph.D., RD, LD; Roger Zoorob, M.D., MPH
Center for Population Health Research
The CPHR topic areas cover several branches of population health research, developing organically from the interests of our members and the pressing questions in medicine today. We investigate by various methods as well; from big-data epidemiology to clinical translation trials to mixed methods survey projects; we aim to build the knowledge base through interprofessional collaborations.
Jason L. Salemi, M.D., MPH will serve as 2017 president-elect of the National Birth Defects Prevention Network, which uses surveillance data for research, planning and evaluation activities that support prevent and improvement programs for patients and families living with birth defects. He has been involved in this field since 2005 and has served in numerous roles for the national network.
Dr. Salemi is currently working with Centers for Disease Controls and Preventions Zika Virus Response Team and the National Birth Defects Prevention Network to develop surveillance resources for the U.S. Zika Pregnancy Registry and Zika Birth Defects Surveillance.