Emmanuel Ngui, DrPH, MSc

Emmanuel Ngui

Emmanuel M. Ngui, DrPH, MSc., is an Associate Professor in Community and Behavioral Health Promotion at the Joseph J. Zilber College of Public Health, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. He serves as the director of the Master of Public Health (MPH) and the Maternal and Child Health Graduate Certificate and Catalyst Training Program at the Zilber College of Public Health.

Dr. Ngui received his public health doctoral training in Maternal and Child Health from the Gillings School of Global Public at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Before joining the faculty at the Zilber College of Public Health, he was a faculty member in the Department of Pediatrics and the Institute of Health and Society at the Medical College of Wisconsin.

His broad research interests include health inequalities in maternal and child health populations and the role of social determinants of health and paternal engagement in birth outcomes, maternal and child health and wellbeing. This work strives to apply an emancipatory pedagogy in community engaged, epidemiological and health services approaches to research on health equity and population health in reproductive health/birth outcomes and services among children and youth with special health care needs. He has served as the principal investigator of the Milwaukee Fetal and Infant Mortality Review (FIMR) program until 2023 and is currently principal investigator and evaluator of the Making Milwaukee a Lead Safe City project funded through the Wisconsin Partnership Program.


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