Corrie Paeglow, MPH, DrPH
Dr. Corrie Paeglow is the Executive Director of Koinonia Primary Care, a faith-based safety net clinic in Albany, NY. Prior to taking on this role she was an assistant professor in the Department of Global and Community Health at George Mason University. Before Mason, Dr. Paeglow had a varied career, including working on vaccine safety research and working with the Clinton Foundation on a hospital management project in Ethiopia.
DrPH, International Health, University of Alabama at Birmingham (2011)
MPH, Global Health, Yale University (2006)
- Maternal child health
- Undergraduate education
Brookhart MA, Walker AM, Lu Y, Polakowski L, Li J, Paeglow C, et al. (2012). Characterizing vaccine-associated risks using cubic smoothing splines, Am J Epi. Available at http://aje.oxfordjournals.org/content/early/2012/10/24/aje.kws158.short
Paeglow CE, on behalf of the Mini-Sentinel Activity 6 workgroup. Identifying complementary data sources, January 17, 2012. E-published. Available at http://www.mini-sentinel.org/work_products/Data_Activities/Mini-Sentinel_PRISM_Identifying-Complementary-Data-Sources-Report.pdf
Groce, NE and Paeglow CE. (2005) Violence Against Disabled Children: UN Secretary General’s Report on Violence against Disabled Children. UNICEF Report, New York. Available at http://www.childinfo.org/files/childdisability_FinalReportViolenceagainstChildrenwithDisabilities.pdf
Paeglow C, Adil M, Yach D. (2005) Action Research to Prevent Non-Communicable Disease. Real Health News, 1(3), 23-25.