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Gregory Tung, PhD, MPH

Assistant Professor


​Biography

Dr. Tung's research interests relate to how scientific evidence is incorporated into policy and program decision making, with a special emphasis on injury prevention.  He works on a diverse range of injury topics, including the prevention of youth violence, suicides, poisonings and child abuse.  Dr. Tung's research interests also include the integration of health services and public health systems, with a focus on non-profit hospital community benefit activities.  He is a mixed methods researcher and utilizes both quantitative (e.g. longitudinal, multi-level, and time-to-event analysis) and qualitative (e.g. case studies) methods.  Dr. Tung is also faculty in the Program for Injury Prevention, Education and Research (PIPER).

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Research Interests
  • Injury Prevention
  • Policy Translation
  • Public Health Systems
Courses Taught
  • Introduction to Health Policy Analysis and Communication (HSMP 6616)
  • Health Policy (HSMP 6605)
Education
  • UC Berkeley, BA, Biology
  • Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, MPH, Health Policy
  • Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, PhD, Health Policy

Projects

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