Environmental science; cyber security; cancer disparity, survivorship, treatment/therapy; infectious disease, and immigrant health and mental health
Dr. Lohuwa Mamudu is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Public Health at Cal State University, Fullerton. He received Ph.D. Statistics from University of South Florida, USF, MSc degree in Mathematical Science (Statistics concentration) from East Tennessee State University, ETSU, and BSc degree in Mathematics with Economics from University for Development Studies, UDS. Dr. Lohuwa's research interest is data-driven, and interdisciplinarily focused on statistical/analytical modeling and the application of qualitative and quantitative statistical methods in Health Science, Economics & Finance, Environmental Science, and Cybersecurity. In Health Science, his research interest has focused on cancer disparity, survivorship, and treatment/therapeutic, infectious disease outcome, as well as immigration health. He collaborates with the National Institute of Health (NIH) as a Freelance Data Analyst researching into cancer diseases outcomes in the U.S., and immigration health on depression, anxiety, and psychological distress. His future research in health science will focus on genomics and Big Data.
PUBH 401 Introduction to Epidemiology
PUBH 349 Introduction to Statistics Lab