Faculty Expertise

Matthew Epperson
Associate Professor; Fellow, Center for Health Administration Studies; Faculty Affiliate, Center for the Study of Race, Politics, and Culture; Faculty Director, Smart Decarceration Initiative
School of Social Service Administration
773.702.3243
Office Location:
BE-01, WSSC 359
Area of Expertise:
Crime, Crime Policy, and Criminal Justice, Health, Intervention Programs, Mental Health, Prevention, Social Work, Substance Abuse
Gina Fedock
Assistant Professor; Faculty Affiliate, Center for the Study of Gender and Sexuality
School of Social Service Administration
773.702.1129
Office Location:
BW1
Area of Expertise:
Crime, Crime Policy, and Criminal Justice, Gender, Health, Human Rights, Intervention Programs, Mental Health, Prevention, Social Work, Violence and Trauma
Angela García
Assistant Professor; Fellow, Center for Health Administration Studies; Affiliated Faculty, Center for Latin American Studies; Faculty Affiliate, Center for the Study of Race, Politics, and Culture and Katz Center for Mexican Studies
School of Social Service Administration; Associated Faculty, Department of Sociology
773.704.1763
Office Location:
BW3
Area of Expertise:
Community, Government and Policy, Immigration, International, Latino-Americans, Race, Ethnicity, and Culture
Yanilda María González
Assistant Professor; Faculty Affiliate, Center for Latin American Studies and Center for the Study of Race, Politics, and Culture
SSA
773.834.5114
Office Location:
BW26
Area of Expertise:
Crime, Crime Policy, and Criminal Justice, Human Rights, International, Race, Ethnicity, and Culture, Urban, Violence and Trauma
Deborah Gorman-Smith
Interim Dean and Emily Klein Gidwitz Professor; Executive Committee Member, Center for Health Administration Studies; Principal Investigator and Director, Chicago Center for Youth Violence Prevention
SSA
773.834.1781
Office Location:
W6, WSSC 108
Area of Expertise:
Children and Adolescents, Prevention, Violence and Trauma
Colleen Grogan
Professor; Steering Committee Member, Center for Global Health; Co-Director, Center for Health Administration Studies; Faculty Advisor, Graduate Program in Health Administration and Policy
School of Social Service Administration; Affiliated Faculty, Center for Health and the Social Sciences
773-834-3907; 773-702-5289
Office Location:
E-9; 6011 S. Ingleside, 108; mail to: 969 E. 60th St.
Area of Expertise:
Aging, Community, Government and Policy, Health, Immigration, International, Poverty and Income, Welfare
Sydney Hans
Frank P. Hixon Distinguished Service Professor; Deputy Dean for Research and Faculty Development
SSA; Faculty, Department of Comparative Human Development
773.702.6313
Office Location:
E6, WSSC 257
Area of Expertise:
Children and Adolescents, Family, Gender, Human Development, Intervention Programs, Mental Health, Prevention, Substance Abuse
Julia Henly
Associate Professor; Chair of the SSA Doctoral Program; Principal Investigator, Illinois/New York Child Care Research Partnership Study; Co-Director, Employment Instability, Family Well-being, and Social Policy Network
SSA; Faculty Affiliate, Center for the Study of Gender and Sexuality
773.834.1214
Office Location:
E-16; WSSC 255
Area of Expertise:
Children and Adolescents, Employment, Family, Government and Policy, Poverty and Income, Urban, Welfare
Leyla Ismayilova, PhD
Assistant Professor; Faculty Steering Committee Member, Center for Global Health; Fellow, Center for Health Administration Studies; Faculty, Graduate Program in Health Administration and Policy
School of Social Service Administration
773-834-0401
Office Location:
E2
Area of Expertise:
Child Welfare and Child Protection, Children and Adolescents, Family, International, Intervention Programs, Mental Health, Prevention, Substance Abuse, Violence and Trauma
Waldo Johnson
Associate Professor; Fellow, Center for Health Administration Studies; Faculty Affiliate, Center for the Study of Gender and Sexuality and Center for the Study of Race, Politics, and Culture
School of Social Service Administration
773.834.0400
Office Location:
W-11
Area of Expertise:
African-Americans, Children and Adolescents, Community, Family, Gender, Health, Mental Health, Minority Issues, Poverty and Income, Race, Ethnicity, and Culture

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