Tania Schroeder

Contributing Faculty
College of Health Sciences and Public Policy
Master of Public Health (MPH)

Dr. Schroeder received her Ph.D in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology from the University of Minnesota in 2005. She also has a Masters degree in Business Administration and a Bachelors degree in Microbiology. She has been teaching at Walden University since 2008 and teaches PUBH 6128: Biological Foundations in Public Health. At other universities, she has taught Biology of Women and Biochemistry. Professionally, Dr. Schroeder has been a researcher in both the university and private sectors focusing on a variety of areas including viral infection mechanisms, DNA transcription factor regulation, stem cell research, cell based therapies, and tissue engineering. She has published peer-reviewed articles in the area of DNA transcription factor regulation and has patents in cell based therapies and tissue engineering.

Courses Taught

PUBH 6128 - Biological Foundations of Public Health


PhD, University of Minnesota

MBA, Metropolitan State University

BS, University of Minnesota