Joseph B. Stanford, MD, MSPH

Joseph B. Stanford, MD, MSPH, CFCMC, focuses his practice on restorative reproductive medicine (natural procreative technology) for infertility, miscarriage, and treating women’s health conditions without using artificial hormones. He also has a particular interests in polycystic ovarian syndrome, endometriosis, premenstrual syndrome, natural famil... Read More

Research Interests: Child Development, Clinical Infertility, Disorders of Environmental Origin, Epidemiologic Methods, Epidemiologic Research Design, Epidemiology, Fertility, Fertility Awareness, Infertility, Infertility, Female, Life Course and Health Outcome, Male Infertility, Reproductive Medicine, Restorative Reproductive Medicine

Specialties: Family Medicine, Natural Infertility, Polycystic Ovary Syndrome, Restorative Reproductive Medicine, Telemedicine, Women and Children's Health, Women's Health

Email: jstanford@dfpm.utah.edu

Christina A. Porucznik, PhD, MSPH

Associate Chief for Education, Division of Public Health

Dr. Christina A. Porucznik is an Associate Professor and Associate Division Chief for Education in the Division of Public Health. She is a doctoral-trained epidemiologist who served as an Epidemic Intelligence Service officer for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention at the Utah Department of Health before joining the faculty in 2005. She ... Read More

Research Interests: Breastfeeding, Children's Health, Environment and Public Health, Overdose, Pregnancy, Women's and Reproductive Health

Email: christyp@dfpm.utah.edu

Jessica N. Sanders, PhD, MSPH

Email: jessica.sanders@utah.edu

Sara Simonsen, PhD

Email: sara.simonsen@utah.edu

Karen C. Schliep, PhD, MSPH

Karen Schliep, PhD, MSPH is an assistant professor in the Division of Public Health. She completed her bachelor's degrees in English from Carleton College (Northfield, MN) and Biology from the University of Utah and her MSPH and PhD in Public Health from the University of Utah. Dr. Schliep completed her pre-doctoral and post-doctoral fellowship... Read More

Research Interests: Biopsychosocial Mechanisms of Women's Health and Illness Using Time-Varying Covariates Across the Lifespan, Life Course Epidemiology, Reproductive & Perinatal Epidemiology

Email: Karen.Schliep@hsc.utah.edu