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Jerry Fagliano, PhD, MPH

Associate Clinical Professor and Chair, Department of Environmental and Occupational Health, Drexel University

Jerry Fagliano, PhD, MPH, is an Associate Clinical Professor and Chair of the Department of Environmental and Occupational Health at Drexel University. His interests are in drinking water quality, children’s environmental health, climate change, and public health practice. At the Dornsife School of Public Health, he teaches in the integrated core course for master’s students, Foundations and Systems of Public Health, introductory courses on public health and on environmental and occupational health, and on public health implications of global climate change. 

He earned a Master of Public Health degree in environmental health from Yale University, and a PhD in occupational and environmental epidemiology from Johns Hopkins University. Prior to taking his position at Drexel in 2015, Fagliano was the senior environmental epidemiologist at the New Jersey Department of Health, where he led programs conducting disease and injury tracking, public health assessments of hazardous waste sites, and epidemiologic studies related to air and drinking water contaminants. He was granted the Distinguished Service Award from the Environment Section of the American Public Health Association, and was entered into the Public Service Honor Roll by the Association of Yale Alumni in Public Health.