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Dr. Kirby is a doctorally-trained human geographer with extensive training and experience in public health practice, academic medicine, and academic public health. From 1981 to 1991, Dr. Kirby worked as a health statistician, focusing on maternal and child health in two state public health agencies, Wisconsin and Arkansas. From 1989-2002, he was a professor in two medical schools, The Department of Pediatrics at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences and the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Milwaukee Clinical Campus, University of Wisconsin Medical School, rising from the rank of instructor to professor during the period. From 2002-2008, Dr. Kirby was professor and vice chair of the Department of Maternal and Child Health in the School of Public Health at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. Joining the USF faculty in 2008, Dr. Kirby is the Marrell Endowed Chair in Community and Family Health, with a joint appointments in several departments in the College of Medicine. While his research interests in maternal and child health are quite broad, he focuses on population-based research in birth defects and developmental disabilities epidemiology and prevention, as well as on risk factors for adverse pregnancy outcomes.
Perinatal Epidemiology, Birth Defects and Developmental Disabilities, Epidemiology and Prevention,GIS and Spatial Analysis
Wei Deng, Richard Charnigo, Hongying Dai and Russell S. Kirby
Research Article: J Biom Biostat 2011, 2:118