Felicia Trembath

Felicia Trembath

Online Instructor
Email: ftrembat@purdue.edu

Dr. Felicia Trembath has worked with health departments in six states, including as a field epidemiologist for the Wyoming Department of Health, and as an HSIP Fellow for the CDC. Dr. Trembath has taught a variety of university courses, including first aid and health, stress and human health, epidemiology, global health, and biostatistics. Currently, Dr. Trembath is a Senior Epidemiologist at the Maricopa County Department of Health and a faculty associate at Purdue University and the University of Arizona.

Dr. Trembath has also served in many public health organizations, including her recent tenure on the Board of Directors for the International Society for Disease Surveillance. Additionally, while completing her MPH at Purdue University, she served on the Executive Board of the Purdue Public Health Student Association. Currently Dr. Trembath serves on the board of directors for the Arizona Public Health Association.

Dr. Trembath has conducted research on a variety of health related topics, including integration of health services, cesarean sections, gestational diabetes, dog bite injuries, and human cases of plague. Dr. Trembath has a PhD in epidemiology and MPH both from Purdue University, and a Bachelors of Science in Community Health Education from Brigham Young University.

Education:

PhD, Epidemiology, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN.

MPH, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN.

Bachelor of Science, Community Health, Brigham Young University, Provo, UT.

Research Interests:

  • Human-animal interactions

  • Animal-assisted therapy

  • Dog bite injuries

  • Zoonotic diseases

  • Maternal and child health

  • Health services integration