Michelle Canham Chervak, PhD, MPH

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Michelle Canham Chervak, PhD, MPH, has a Master’s in Public Health from Yale University, a PhD from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health (JHBSPH), and is a graduate of the NIOSH Occupational Injury Epidemiology training program at JHBSPH. Dr. Chervak is currently a senior epidemiologist in the Injury Prevention Division, Army Public Health Center (APHC) and manages APHC injury prevention activities contributing to strategic Army Medicine initiatives. Her work has focused on prevention of injuries related to motor vehicle crashes, falls, sports, and Army physical training, ranging from field investigations of injury risk factors in Army populations, to evaluations of injury prevention programs, to the use of surveillance data in setting data-driven Army and Department of Defense injury priorities.