Claire Robb received her MPH in Epidemiology and her PhD in Aging Studies from the University of South Florida in 2003. After completing a NCI post-doctoral fellowship with the Senior Adult Oncology Program at Moffitt Cancer Center in Tampa, Florida, in 2006, she joined the University of Georgia as an assistant professor in the College of Public Health where she developed and taught Chronic Disease Epidemiology, Social Epidemiology, Cancer Epidemiology and Epidemiology of Aging at the graduate level, and Disease Detectives, a basic introduction to epidemiology for undergraduates. She also was named a Georgia Cancer Coalition Distinguished Scholar for her research with older cancer patients. In 2012, she became an associate professor at Georgia Southern University where she taught the MPH core epidemiology course in both traditional class settings and online, as well as Epidemiologic Methods and Social Epidemiology at the doctoral level. She has published her research in numerous professional journals, as well as presenting at professional conferences. After returning to Florida to be closer to her family, in October, 2018, she accepted a position as a contributing faculty member in the College of Health Sciences at Walden University.
PhD, University of South Florida
Masters of Public Health , University of South Florida
Shah, G., Badana, A., Robb, C., Livingood, W. C. (2016). Cross-Jurisdictional Resource Sharing in Changing Public Health Landscape: Contributory Factors and Theoretical Explanations.