Fellowship Faculty Mentors
Each fellow is guided by at least two mentors, a methodological mentor with methodological expertise relevant to the fellow's research and a substantive mentor with expertise in the fellow's research area of interest. Substantive mentors may have appointments in any of the Northwestern University Schools (e.g., Feinberg School of Medicine, Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences, McCormick School of Engineering).
If neither mentor is a member of the Executive Committee of the Integrated Fellowship, a member of the committee serves as a liaison mentor.
Professor of Medical Social Sciences (Outcome and Measurement Science), Neurology - Ken and Ruth Davee Department, Pediatrics, Preventive Medicine (Health and Biomedical Informatics), Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences and Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences
As Chair of an interdisciplinary Department of Medical Social Sciences, I play a leadership role in the development and orchestration of transdisciplinary scientific collaborations. Our department con... [more]
Professor of Preventive Medicine (Epidemiology), Medicine (Rheumatology) and Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Dr. Rowland Chang is a rheumatologist and epidemiologist interested in the outcomes of individuals and populations with arthritis and chronic joint symptoms. He sees patients at the Shirley Ryan Abil... [more]
Adjunct Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology (Maternal Fetal Medicine)
Blood group isoimmunization, Fetal anomaly, Hypertension in pregnancy, Prenatal diagnosis
Professor of Pediatrics (Advanced General Pediatrics and Primary Care), Medical Social Sciences (Determinants of Health), Medicine (Allergy and Immunology) and Preventive Medicine
Dr. Gupta is a Professor of Pediatrics and Medicine at Northwestern Medicine and has more than 15 years of experience as a board-certified pediatrician and health researcher. Dr. Gupta is the director... [more]
Professor of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Emergency Medicine and Medical Social Sciences (Outcome and Measurement Science)
Health services research related to disability and chronic illness; psychosocial aspects of disability
Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences (General Psychiatry), Medical Social Sciences (Determinants of Health) and Preventive Medicine
Dr. Jordan's work spans several areas, including quality and cost of care for persons with chronic illnesses, financing and outcomes of mental health and child welfare services, and health economics.
Professor of Medicine (General Internal Medicine) and Preventive Medicine (Epidemiology)
My primary research interests are to: 1) Eliminate health disparities by working with individuals and their communities to develop prevention interventions that reach underserved populations; 2) Infor... [more]