Dr. Carolyn Orbann
Associate Teaching Professor, Health Sciences
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Dr. Carolyn Orbann is interested in the ways that cultural behaviors influence the spread of infectious disease in human populations. To do this, she uses a number of methods, including agent-based computer simulation models and historical epidemiology using primary source records. She teaches an honors section of Health Care in the United States (HLTH_SCI 4300H) and has designed two honors tutorials, “Remembering the “Forgotten Pandemic”: Researching the 1918 influenza pandemic in Missouri” and “Life and Death in 20th Century Missouri”. She also serves on the Honors College Council and has served on the Honors Curriculum Committee.