- Professor, College of Veterinary Medicine
- Adjunct Professor, School of Public Health
Dr. Will Hueston is a Professor in the College of Veterinary Medicine and School of Public Health. His primary focus is leadership development for early and mid-career professionals who work with complex issues involving animal health, human health, environmental health, and/or food safety. Dr. Hueston leads intensive skill-building courses around the world on leadership, policy-making, risk communication and professional skills. Dr. Hueston’s research interests include leadership training, strengthening food supply systems globally, epidemiology of zoonoses, risk analysis, animal health monitoring, and animal and public health policy formulation.
- Professor, Division of Epidemiology and Community Health, School of Public Health
Dianne Neumark-Sztainer, PhD, MPH, RD, is professor in the School of Public Health's Division of Epidemiology and Community Health. Dr. Neumark-Sztainer’s research focuses on adolescent health, nutrition, obesity and eating disorder prevention. She is the lead investigator of Project EAT, a study aimed at identify the socio-environmental, personal, and behavioral determinants of nutritional intake and weight status among a large and ethnically diverse adolescent population. Neumark-Sztainer is the author of I'm, Like, SO Fat! Helping Your Teen Make Healthy Choices about Eating and Exercise in a Weight-Obsessed World (Guilford Press 2005).