Members

The Mark Chaffin Center for Healthy Development has researchers from diverse backgrounds who are focused on improving service delivery; reducing disparities; enhancing systemic and workforce capacities; advancing implementation science; protecting children; evaluating quality of life for individuals and families; and serving as national leaders in collaborations among evidence-based programs in child maltreatment prevention and intellectual and developmental disabilities.

The center’s researchers have procured $34 million in research and other external funding, and bring scientific outcomes to community use.

Kathleen Baggett

Interim Director of the Mark Chaffin Center for Healthy Development

John R. Lutzker

Professor Emeritus, School of Public Health

Emily Graybill

Clinical Associate Professor, School of Public Health

Daniel Whitaker

Distinguished University Professor, School of Public Health

Shannon Self-Brown

Professor, School of Public Health

Erin Vinoski Thomas

Research Assistant Professor, School of Public Health

Brian Barger

Research Assistant Professor, School of Public Health