Deborah Rosenberg, PhD
Division of Epidemiology and Biostatistics
1603 W. Taylor St.
Chicago, IL 60612
Deb Rosenberg is nationally recognized for her work with state and local health agencies on a wide variety of data-related activities, including providing training and technical assistance through HRSA/MCHB and CDC initiatives. In addition, her work in Illinois includes providing epidemiologic expertise to improving maternal mortality surveillance, leading the data analysis for the IL Breastfeeding Blueprint, serving as data liaison for the IL infant mortality CoIIN teams, and leading the epidemiologic work of the IL Perinatal Quality Collaborative and the IL Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) Collaborative. Research areas include prenatal care, maternal morbidity and mortality, and application of innovative methodology in maternal and child health.
Rosenberg, D., Geller, S., Studee, L., Cox, S.. Disparities In Mortality Among High Risk Pregnant Women In Illinois: A Population Based Study. Annals of Epidemiology, 16(1): 26-32, 2006.
Rosenberg, D., Herman-Roloff, A., Kennelly, J., and Handler, A. Factors Associated with Improved MCH Epidemiology Functioning in State Health Agencies, Maternal and Child Health Journal, 15(8). 1143-1152, 2012.Research Associate Professor
Rosenberg, D, Barfield, W., Rankin, K., Kroelinger, C.. Editorial: Increasing Scientific and Analytic Capacity in States: Extending Epidemiology Collaborations Beyond Traditional Workforce Development, Maternal and Child Health Journal, 16(2) Supplement 193-195, December, 2012.