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Molly M. Lamb, PhD

Research Instructor


Dr. Lamb's research interests lie in neuromuscular disorders in children, and her public health practice is focused on improving the health of children living in resource-poor countries. Before joining the faculty at the Colorado School of Public Health at the CU Anschutz Medical Campus in 2011, she was an Epidemic Intelligence Service Officer with the CDC, stationed at the National Center for Health Statistics in Hyattsville, MD, where she investigated infectious disease outbreaks and conducted research on childhood obesity.​

Research Interests:
  • Neurological disorders in children
  • Global health
Current Research Topics: 
  • Muscular Dystophy: natural history and treatment
  • Dengue surveillance and community health in rural Guatemala
Courses Taught:
  • Applied Global Health Epidemiology
Education:
  • Drake University, BA, 2003
  • University of Colorado, PhD, 2008
 

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