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Stephen W. Marshall, PhD

IPRC Director, Professor of Epidemiology

Dr. Marshall is an epidemiologist who has conducted research in the field of injury and violence prevention for the past 30 years. His research interests include: musculoskeletal injuries, opioid overdose, occupational injury, homicide and violence prevention, traumatic brain injury, road and other transportation injury, injuries in the military, and surveillance methods. He is author or co-author on more than 300 articles in peer-reviewed journals. He leads, and is a member of, multiple interdisciplinary research teams in the field of injury and violence prevention. For over a decade, he has led a team of civilian and military researchers as PI of the JUMP-ACL study, a multi-center prospective cohort study of biomechanics, biomarkers, lower extremity injuries, and musculoskeletal conditions funded by National Institutes of Health and the Department of Defense. He has a strong commitment to research-practice integration and uses the principles of engaged scholarship to advance the ongoing translation of research findings into policy, programs, and practice. He interacts with a wide range of injury prevention providers and practitioners, from community advocacy groups through to acute care health care providers and injury and violence prevention professionals in state health departments. Dr. Marshall has been a faculty member at the IPRC since 1999 and has served as the IPRC Director since 2011. Prior to becoming the IPRC’s Director, he co-directed a sports injury research center (Datalys Center for Sports Injury Research and Prevention) from 2008- 2011. In collaboration with Dr. Moracco and Ms. Dixon, he oversees the strategic direction of the IPRC and all aspects of daily operations of the Center. Link to Profile

Core Faculty

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Rebecca B. Naumann, PhD, MSPH

Assistant Professor of Epidemiology

Dr. Naumann’s work focuses on understanding risk factors and trends of unintentional injuries and evaluating injury prevention interventions, largely in the areas of road traffic injury and opioid overdose. She has experience and interest in applying complex systems science methods to injury prevention. As part of a long-standing partnership between IPRC and the NC Division of Public Health (DPH), she has collaborated on both road safety and opioid overdose-related research, including policy evaluations, with state partners within DPH. Before moving to North Carolina, she worked in CDC’s National Center for Injury Prevention and Control in the Division of Unintentional Injury Prevention. Link to Profile

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Anna E. Waller, ScD

Professor of Emergency Medicine

Dr. Waller is the Director for the Carolina Center for Health Informatics (CCHI) and Principle Investigator/Science Director for the North Carolina Disease Event Tracking and Epidemiologic Collection Tool (NC DETECT).  She has worked in public health surveillance for more than 25 years and in injury prevention and control for over 35 years. She collaborates with the IPRC and the NC Injury & Violence Prevention Branch on data driven responses to the opioid overdose epidemic in NC, as well as broader injury and violence surveillance efforts. Dr. Waller also works with the NC Governor’s Highway Safety Program on an ongoing effort to link motor vehicle crash data with health outcomes. Dr. Waller works with the NC Division of Public Health on a variety of projects using emergency department visit and EMS response data for public health surveillance, including ongoing collaborations with public health practitioners at the state and local levels to develop surveillance case definitions and reports using NC DETECT data.  Dr. Waller is interested in using data effectively to inform public health response and prevention activities. Link to Profile

Affiliate Faculty

Anthony G. Charles, MD, MPH

Associate Professor of Surgery

Noreen McDonald, PhD, MS, MCP

Chair of City and Regional Planning