College of Health Sciences
Dr. Tawfik is a physician and epidemiologist with more than twenty years of experience as a clinical researcher, epidemiologist and educator. She has worked as a clinical epidemiologist in a variety of areas including cancer, women’s reproductive health and maternal and child health. Dr. Tawfik has ample experience conducting various types of quantitative research and has also been involved in national and international public health projects sponsored by the World Health Organization in the Eastern Mediterranean Region. By combining her training as a physician and an epidemiologist, she brings an exceptional skill set to her work. Dr. Tawfik obtained her medical degree in Egypt and doctoral degree from the renowned Mailman School of Public Health of Columbia University in New York. Dr. Tawfik joined Walden University in 2013. She currently teaches Advanced Epidmiologic Methods (PUBH 8520) and SPSS Revealed (PUBH 8032). She has a number of publications and has had the privilege of presenting her work at several professional meetings. She is a recipient of the prestigious Anna C. Gelman Award of Excellence in Epidemiology and the recipient of two Research Dissemination Grants.