William Pan

Associate Professor, Global Environmental Health

William Pan, PhD, Associate Professor of Global Environmental Health, joined the faculty at Duke in 2011. He holds a joint appointment at DGHI and the Nicholas School of Environment, and is Adjunct Assistant Professor in the Department of International Health at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Pan's research interests focuses on population, health, and environmental interactions in developing countries, with particular interest in translational research directed toward sustainable development activities and global environmental health. He has worked in countries throughout Latin America and Africa on topics ranging from land use change, reproductive health, migration, tuberculosis, HIV, enteric infections, and childhood nutrition. Pan received his doctoral training in Biostatistics from UNC-Chapel Hill with a focus on demography and spatial analysis. He also received a Master of Public Health from Rollins School of Public Health at Emory University.

Podcast: Wilson Center

From Malthus to Ehrlich and Beyond: William Pan on the Roots of PHE

Courses

  • GLHLTH 573D

    One Health: From Philosophy to Practice

  • GLHLTH 637S

    Population and Environmental Dynamics Influencing Health

  • GLHLTH 771

    One Health: From Philosophy to Practice

Publications