Teri Taylor

DTPHX Campus


Dr. Teri Taylor is a lecturer at Arizona State University in the College of Health Solutions, where she teaches health sciences classes. She has taught previously at the University of Arizona Global Campus in the areas of public health, environmental health, epidemiology, and social and biological determinants of public health. 

She has research, program evaluation and teaching experience in the field of public health.  She has worked as an administrator for the Chronic Kidney Disease Program at the University of California, San Diego where she evaluated patient health outcomes, managed the Joint Commission accreditation process, and performed research on complementary and alternative medicine for dialysis patients. 

She enjoys reading, teaching, traveling and interacting with family and friends.


DrPH, University of Arizona

MPH, San Diego State University

BS, University of the Pacific

Research Interests

Research interests are the following:

Health disparities

Social determinants of heath

Coordinated school health programs




Fall 2021
Course NumberCourse Title
HSC 210Cultural Aspects Health
MED 320Appl Medical/HealthCare Ethics
MED 417Impact of Violence on Health
MED 484Internship
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