Megan Jehn

Associate Professor

School of Human Evolution and Social Change

College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Arizona State University

Megan Jehn

Megan Jehn is an Associate Professor of Epidemiology and member of the global health faculty in the School of Human Evolution and Social Change at Arizona State University. She also holds affiliate appointments at the Global Institute for Sustainability and the ASU Decision Theater. She recently served as the Director for ASU’s graduate and undergraduate programs in Global Health and has worked on national initiatives to expand and develop global health educational programs and resources. Her scholarship and community engagement broadly focuses on the resilience of social-ecological systems to disasters. Her current research brings together large and diverse teams addressing public health challenges such as vaccine hesitancy, food insecurity, and modeling infectious disease dynamics. Dr. Jehn has worked with national, state, and local public health departments to assist with disaster research and response programs, design of training exercises, and community engagement initiatives.

Degrees

  • PhD
  • MHS

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