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HHM Program: Participating Faculty

The following are participating faculty for the Health, Humanities, and Medicine program.
Note: *Member, HHM Graduate Studies Committee

*Phillip Barrish, College of Liberal Arts (English and Humanities Institute), HHM Director and Graduate Advisor for MA Program

(Grace) Carrie Barron, M.D., Dell Medical School (Psychiatry)

Todd A. Curtis, College of Liberal Arts (Classics)

*Erin Donovan, Moody College of Communication (Communication Studies)

*Christy L. Erving,  Associate Professor of Sociology

*Gloria González-López, College of Liberal Arts (Sociology)

*Scott Graham, College of Liberal Arts (Rhetoric and Writing)

Paul Hartford, M.D., Dell Medical School (Internal Medicine)

Craig Hurwitz, M.D., Pediatric Oncologist and Palliative Care Physician

*Alison Kafer, College of Liberal Arts (Gender & Women's Studies and English)

Kristie Loescher, McCombs School of Business (McCombs Health Care Initative)

*Michael Mackert, Moody College of Communication (Advertising) and Dell Medical School (Population Health)

*Julie Minich, College of Liberal Arts (Mexican American Latina/o Studies and English) 

Jewel Mullen, M.D., MPH, Dell Medical School (Health Equity)

*Chelsi West Ohueri, College of Liberal Arts (Slavic and Eurasian Studies)

*Abena Osseo-Asare, College of Liberal Arts (History) and Dell Medical School (Population Health)

*Sharmila Rudrappa, College of Liberal Arts (Sociology)

*Margo Sawyer, College of Fine Arts (Art and Art History) 

*Bassam Sidiki, College of Liberal Arts (English)

Xisai Song, College of Liberal Arts (Anthropology)

Stephen Sonnenberg, M.D., Dell Medical School (Psychiatry)

Steve Steffensen, M.D., Dell Medical School (Neurology and Population Health)

*Kevin Thomas, College of Liberal Arts (African and African Diaspora)

Bri Tristan, M.D., Dell Medical School (Women's Health)

Thomas R. Vetter, M.D., MPH, MFA, Dell Medical School (Anesthesiology, Perioperative Medicine) 

Ray Williams, Blanton Museum of Art (Director of Education and Academic Affairs)

Nick Winges-Yanez, Steve Hicks School of Social Work