ENRICH Clinical Center Principal Investigators

Washington University in St. Louis
 Debra Haire-Joshu, PhD
Dr. Debra Haire-Joshu is the Joyce and Chauncy Buchheit Professor of Public Health and Medicine at Washington University, St. Louis. She is also the Director for both the Center for Diabetes Translation Research and the Center for Obesity Prevention and Policy Research. Her areas of interest include intergenerational aspects of obesity prevention, implementation science, and community-based interventions to prevent obesity and diabetes prevention, particularly in pregnancy and early childhood.
djoshu@wustl.edu · Website
 Rachel Tabak, PhD
Dr. Rachel Tabak is a Research Associate Professor at Washington University in St. Louis. She is part of both the Prevention Research Center and the Center for Diabetes Translation Research. Her areas of interest include health promotion, obesity and chronic disease prevention, dissemination and implementation research, and the effects of environment and policy on healthy eating and activity behavior.
rtabak@wustl.edu · Website
 Victor Davila-Roman, MD
Dr. Dávila-Román is cardiologist at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri with over 25 years leading clinical research and training programs. His areas of interest include mechanisms leading to cardiac dysfunction in hypertension, obesity and heart failure and use of implementation science to develop strategies to improve hypertension and cardiovascular disease care.
vdavila@wustl.edu · Website
University of Alabama at Birmingham
 Gareth Dutton, PhD
Dr. Gareth Dutton is the Endowed Professor of Diabetes Prevention and Control at the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) in the Division of Preventive Medicine. He is a Scientist in the Nutrition Obesity Research Center, the Comprehensive Diabetes Center, and the Minority Health and Health Equity Research Center at UAB. His areas of interest include lifestyle interventions for weight management and cardiometabolic disease prevention. 
gdutton@uabmc.edu · Website
University of Pittsburgh
 Janet Catov, PhD
Dr. Janet Catov is an Associate Professor at the University of Pittsburg Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Sciences and the Department of Epidemiology. She is the Director of Health and Population Research at the Magee-Women’s Research Institute. Her areas of interest include determinants and consequences of adverse pregnancy outcomes.
catovjm@upmc.edu · Website
 Daniel Shaw, PhD
Dr. Daniel Shaw is a Distinguished Professor in the Department of Psychology at the University of Pittsburgh. He is the Director of both the Center for Parents and Children, and the Pitt Parents and Children Laboratory. His areas of interest include the development of children’s early emerging problem behavior and the promotion of school readiness for low-income, ethnically-diverse children, most recently focusing on the development and dissemination of family-based preventive interventions.
danielshaw@pitt.edu · Website
Pennsylvania State University
 Ian Paul, MD
Dr. Ian M. Paul is Professor of Pediatrics and Public Health Sciences at Penn State College of Medicine. He is Vice Chair for Faculty Affairs in the Department of Pediatrics and Chief of the Division of Academic General Pediatrics. A practicing pediatrician, his research areas of interest include primary preventive interventions for newborns, infants, and families, and clinical therapeutics for children.
ipaul@psu.edu · Website
 Richard Legro, MD
Dr. Richard Legro is Professor and Chair of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology as well as Professor of Public Health Sciences at Penn State University. Dr. Legro’s areas of interest include reproductive endocrinology and human fertility.
rlegro@pennstatehealth.psu.edu · Website
Northwestern University
 S. Darius Tandon, PhD
Dr. Darius Tandon is an Associate Professor in the Department of Medical Social Sciences, and the Director of the Center for Community Health at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine. Dr. Tandon’s areas of interest include prevention of mental disorders and promotion of positive well-being among vulnerable population, with much of his research conducted in partnership with home visiting and early childhood programs.
dtandon@northwestern.edu · Website
Nemours Children’s Health
 Matthew Davis, MD
Dr. Matthew Davis is the Executive Vice-President, Enterprise Physician-in-Chief and Chief Scientific Officer for Nemour Children's Health. His work involves ensuring that education, training, and community engagement are fully integrated within clinical and research efforts to improve the health of all children.
matthew.davis@nemours.org · Website
Northwestern University
 Sadiya Khan, MD
Dr. Sadiya Khan is an Assistant Professor of Medicine and Preventive Medicine at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine. Her clinical expertise is in preventive cardiology and cardiovascular genetics. Her research focuses on cardiovascular health promotion across the life course with specific focus on the perinatal period. 
s-khan-1@northwestern.edu · Website
Wake Forest University School of Medicine
 Katherine Sauder, PhD
Dr. Katherine Sauder is the Associate Professor for the Department of Implementation Science at Wake Forest Univesity School of Medicine. Her area of interest includes modifiable risk factors associated with obesity, diabetes, and other chronic diseases in women and children.
ksauder@wakehealth.edu · Website
University of Colorado
 Mandy Allison, MEd, MD, MSPH
Dr. Mandy Allison is an Associate Professor of Pediatrics, and the Co-Director for the Prevention Research Center for Family and Child Health, Adult and Child Center for Outcomes Research and Delivery Science (ACCORDS) at the University of Colorado School of Medicine.
mandy.allison@cuanschutz.edu · Website
California Polytechnic State University and Brown University
 Suzanne Phelan, PhD
Dr. Suzanne Phelan is Professor of Kinesiology and Public Health, and Director of the Center for Health Research at the California Polytechnic State University. Her area of interest includes lifestyle interventions to promote weight management and cardiometabolic health in the time surrounding pregnancy. 
sphelan@calpoly.edu · Website
 Rena Wing, PhD · Brown University
Dr. Rena Wing is the Director for the Weight Control and Diabetes Research Center at the Miriam Hospital, Providence, RI. Her areas of interest include behavioral treatment, eating behaviors, physical activity, obesity, and weight loss.
rwing@lifespan.org · Website
 Stephanie Parade, PhD · Brown University
Dr. Stephanie Parade is Associate Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Human Behavior at Brown University. She is also Director of Early Childhood Research at E.P. Bradley Hospital. Her areas of interest include infant and early childhood development in contexts of risk, and community-based interventions to promote maternal and child health.
stephanie_parade@brown.edu · Website

ENRICH Resource & Coordinating Center

Johns Hopkins University
 Cynthia Minkovitz, MD
Dr. Cynthia Minkovitz is the William H. Gates, Sr. Professor and Chair of the Department of Population, Family and Reproductive Heath at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, and Professor of Pediatrics in the School of Medicine. She serves on the leadership team for the Home Visiting Applied Research Collaborative (HARC). Her areas of interest include enhancing systems of care and the quality of preventive services for children and families. 
cmink@jhu.edu  · Website
 Lisa A. Cooper, MD
Dr. Lisa A. Cooper is the James F. Fries Professor of Medicine and the Bloomberg Distinguished Professor of Equity in Health and Health Care at Johns Hopkins University Schools of Medicine, Nursing, and Bloomberg School of Public Health. She is also the Founder and Director of the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Equity and Director of the Johns Hopkins Urban Health Institute. Dr. Cooper's areas of interest inlclude understanding how racism and other social factors shape patient care, and how health systems, with communities, can improve the health of populations with complex medical and social needs.
Lisa.cooper@jhmi.edu · Website
 Stephan Ehrhardt, MD
Dr. Stephan Ehrhardt is an Associate Professor and Vice Chair for Educational Programs in the Department of Epidemiology at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. His areas of interest include clinical trial methodology, in particular the design, conduct, and analysis of randomized clinical trials.
sehrhar6@jhu.edu · Website