Sandy A. Johnson
Teaching Professor; Director of the Global Health Program
SIE Complex, 2201 S. Gaylord St. Denver, CO 80208
What I do
I direct the Global Health Affairs program at JKSIS, where I am also a Teaching Professor.
I teach courses in the areas of health and international development to graduate and undergraduate students. My current research focuses on the system dynamics of human development, environment and health; the interaction of health and development in conflict settings; and the scaling-up maternal-child health interventions. I utilize community-based and geospatial methodology.
- NIH Post-Doctoral Fellow, Health Disparities, National Institute of Health - LSU Health Sciences Center, 2005
- Ph.D., International Development, Tulane University, 2003
- MA, Latin American Studies, Tulane University, 1995
- BA, Film Production, University of Southern California, 1989
Licensure / Accreditations
- ArcGIS 10.1
- Global Health Council
- Association of American Geographers
My areas of research include the interaction of environment, health and human development; health and conflict; health disparities; infectious disease; implementation and translational research; urbanization and health.