Mark H. Ebell

Epidemiology & Biostatistics
Director, Faculty of Medical Sciences
Professor

Epidemiology & Biostatistics

  • Education

    MD, University of Michigan, 1987

    MS, Clinical Research Design, University of Michigan, 1995

    Family Medicine Residency, University of Michigan, 1990

    BA, Biology, Kalamazoo College, 1983

  • Areas of Expertise

    Research: evidence-based practice, clinical decision-making, screening and prevention, systematic reviews and meta-analyses, acute respiratory tract infections, end-of-life decision-making

    Teaching: screening and prevention, evidence-based practice

  • Honors, Awards, and Achievements

    Member, United States Preventive Services Task Force, 2012-2015

    UGA College of Public Health Excellence in Service Award, 2015

    Distinguished Research Paper Award, North American Primary Care Research Group, 2012

    UGA College of Public Health Excellence in Teaching Award, 2012

    Distinguished Research Paper Award, North American Primary Care Research Group, 2011

    University of Michigan Early Distinguished Career Achievement Award, 2004

    Robert Wood Johnson Generalist Physician Faculty Scholar, 1998-2002

    Alpha Omega Alpha, 1996

    Phi Beta Kappa (Kalamazoo College), 1987

  • Affiliations

    American Academy of Family Physicians, North American Primary Care Research Group

  • Course Instruction

    EPID 8100: Clinical Epidemiology

    EPID 8120: Screening and Prevention

    EPID 7410: Field Epidemiology

    EPID 7010: Introduction to Epidemiology

  • Research Interests

    Dr. Ebell is interested in helping primary care physicians and their patients make better decisions, and make better use of information at the point of care. He has used the clinical models of management of acute respiratory tract infections and end-of-life decision making to study these concepts.