Michael Warren, M.D., M.P.H.

Michael Warren, M.D., M.P.H.

Deputy Commissioner for Population Health, Tennessee Department of Health

Dr. Michael Warren, a recent graduate, serves as the Assistant Commissioner in the Division of Family Health and Wellness for the Tennessee Department of Health where he facilitates implementation of public health programs in such areas as teen pregnancy prevention. Dr. Warren utilized skills from his Vanderbilt MPH courses Epidemiology I and Epidemiology II to consider the best approach to evaluating prevention programs developed by the state of Tennessee.

 

NPR talks with Warren about the state’s efforts to track cases of neonatal abstinence syndrome

Warren appointed Deputy Commissioner for Population Health for the Tennessee Department of Health

Expanded Practice: Dr. Michael Warren Focuses on Population Health for TDH

Hepatitis C Virus Infection Among Women Giving Birth — Tennessee and United States, 2009–2014