Dana Rice, DrPH
Dana Rice, DrPH
Dana Rice, DrPH, assistant professor, is a public health professional and researcher with expertise in: public health practice, leadership and training; correctional healthcare; HIV/STD prevention among vulnerable populations, and; health equity.
Dr. Rice spent the last 16 years working in the public, private and non-profit sectors, most recently on documenting the impact of HIV and STD screening on the health of male and female inmates housed in short term correctional settings, developing models of health services for institutionalized populations, and training medical students in public health principals.
Prior to joining the Gillings School, Dr. Rice served as the practicum director in the MPH program at Wayne State University School of Medicine (Detroit, MI), health promotion/disease prevention director in the Wayne County Jails and as a consultant on community innovation and grant development for a local institute of public health.
Honors and AwardsTeaching Innovation Award
2018-2019, Gillings School of Global Public HealthDelta Omega Faculty Award
2018-2019, Gillings School of Global Public HealthAdobe Course Development Grant
2018-2019, Adobe and UNC Center for Faculty ExcellenceOutstanding New Researcher in HIV Prevention Award, Program Collaboration and Service Integration Track
2009, Centers for Disease Control and PreventionW.K. Kellogg Emerging Leader in Public Health Fellow
2005-2006, Gillings School of Global Public Health and the Kenan-Flagler Business School at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.
Introduction to Public Health Practice (PUBH 680)
Community Health Improvement and Assessment (PUBH 745)
The Public Health Impact of Criminalizing the Marginalized (PUBH 782)
Mass Incarceration and Public Health (PUBH 783)
Dr.PH, Social and Behavioral Health, Boston University School of Public Health, 2010
MS, Health Services, Wayne State University School of Medicine, 2004
BS, Biology, Clark-Atlanta University, 1998