Jeffrey Griffiths

director, GPPH, Tufts School of Medicine

Associate Professor, Department of Public Health and Family Medicine Adjunct Associate Professor, Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy Adjunct Associate Professor, School of Engineering Dr. Griffiths’ research includes: - The human, animal, and environmental epidemiology of the emerging pathogen Cryptosporidium; - Development of an ultrastable measles vaccine for use where there are is no refrigeration or during emergencies; - the influence of malnutrition and environmental factors, such as air pollution and heavy metals, on common infectious diseases such as diarrhea and pneumonia. - Dr. Griffiths has a long interest in waterborne diseases, ranging from research on the biology of the pathogens to their epidemiology and to public policy and regulation.

Associate Professor, Department of Public Health and Family Medicine Adjunct Associate Professor, Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy Adjunct Associate Professor, School of Engineering Dr. Griffiths’ research includes: - The human, animal, and environmental epidemiology of the emerging pathogen Cryptosporidium; - Development of an ultrastable measles vaccine for use where there are is no refrigeration or during emergencies; - the influence of malnutrition and environmental factors, such as air pollution and heavy metals, on common infectious diseases such as diarrhea and pneumonia. - Dr. Griffiths has a long interest in waterborne diseases, ranging from research on the biology of the pathogens to their epidemiology and to public policy and regulation.

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