Ph.D., University of South Florida
Clinical, molecular, and epidemiological aspects of HIV/AIDS; integration of Health IT and decision support systems with electronic medical records
Dr. Segal is a faculty member for Walden’s School of Health Sciences in the B.S. in Health Studies and Ph.D. in Public Health programs. He teaches Research Methods, Health Informatics, and Quantitative Reasoning and Analysis courses. He also serves as academic residency faculty and dissertation/thesis mentor. Dr. Segal taught anatomy and physiology, pathophysiology, medical pharmacology, biochemistry, general and organic chemistry, general biology, and molecular biology for more than 15 years at other colleges and universities. He has considerable expertise in research design, quantitative and qualitative methodologies, statistical analyses, and virtual simulation modeling technologies. In addition to receiving several excellence in teaching and technology innovation awards, he has a number of national and international peer-reviewed publications and presentations on various research studies.