Areas of Concentration

Epidemiology and Infectious Disease:

 This interdisciplinary concentration exemplifies Dr. Chasse's well-established multidisciplinary approach, and experience as an epidemiologist, health scientists, and public health advisor, with a foundation of education and research. Dr. Chasse's background and training in this area includes  Epidemiology, Global Health and Population, Disease Surveillance,  Management and Control, Preventive Medicine, and Vectorborne and Infectious Diseases. 

Maternal and Child Health/
Reproductive/Perinatal Health:

The goal of this concentration is to improve the health of children and their families as a leader and subject matter expert in maternal and child health/children, youth, and families. This also includes basic human reproduction and child development and psychology as well as the clinical, social and environmental influences and health service aspects of reproductive and perinatal health. 
Science-based Doula Services provided. 

Public Health Leadership:

  This interdisciplinary concentration highlights Dr Chasse's leadership skills  to meet the public health challenges facing society in the 21st century, and address the social, environmental, and economic determinants of health.. With a Master's of Public Administration in addition to her doctoral and psychology degrees, Dr. Chasse is also skilled in creating and developing policies and techniques, and supporting the pursuit of high quality throughout the healthcare and medical industries.

Health Literacy and Education:

 As an education director, curriculum developer, instructor and Adjunct professor, Dr. Chasse's skills in education help to improve health literacy increase individuals' capacity to obtain, communicate, process, and understand basic health information and services to make appropriate health decisions.

Dr. Chasse has also worked with humanitarian, educational, public policy, LGBT rights and health equity programs.

She is dedicated to acts of kindness, humanity, equality and access to medicine and healthcare for ALL 
and  in memory of her son,
Devon .

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