Dr. Constantine Ilias Vardavas
Dr Vardavas is co-director of the Dental Public Health courses "Design, Analyses and Reporting of Complex Survey Data I and II" (DPH703 and DPH803), within the Advanced Graduate Education curriculum. He holds a part-time appointment in the Department of Oral Health Policy and Epidemiology. His teaching and research focus on the application of research methods into daily clinical and public health practice that can lead to the formulation of evidence-based decision making for DPH and PhD students at HSDM.
Dr. Vardavas has won numerous awards including the prestigious 2018 American Cancer Society "Luther Terry" Young Pioneer Award. He has clinical training in medicine (MD) and nursing (RN) and postgraduate training in public health (MPH, PhD) and regulatory toxicology (ERT). Prior to joining HDSM, Dr. Vardavas was a Senior Research Scientist at the Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health.