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Preventive Medicine and Biometrics: Faculty


Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences
Department of Preventive Medicine and Biometrics
Bethesda, Maryland 20814-4799
Suite 1000, 11300 Rockville Pike
Phone: (240) 833-4429
Email: stephen.waller@usuhs.edu

Stephen G. Waller, Associate Professor, Global Health Division, Department of Preventive Medicine and Biometrics

Stephen G. Waller, MD

Associate Professor, Global Health Division

Profile

USUHS class of 1983. Trained in ophthalmology at Wilford Hall USAF Medical Center with cornea fellowship at Harvard. Completed 30+ year career in Air Force, with many humanitarian deployments, mostly to Latin America, and assignments as contingency medical planner at HQ USAF and at HQ USAFE.

Degrees

O.D., M.S., M.D.

Research

Current focus on evaluation of military medical humanitarian work. Also leading efforts to begin a masked, placebo-controlled trial of traditional Tibetan eye medication in Lhasa, Tibet.

Teaching

Helping with International Health 1 and 2; co-directing Global Health Policy in spring term; co-directing Evaluation course in summer term.

Areas of Expertise

  • Ophthalmology
  • Humanitarian operations
  • Disaster response

Selected Recent Publications

Three submissions on evaluation of military humanitarian activity under journal review at this time (Feb 2011). Total = 28 published journal articles, six book chapters.

Yangkyi T, Waller SG., Treatment of Corneal Disease with Traditional Tibetan Medicine: A Report of Four Cases, Nepalese J Oph 3 (5): 83-85, 2011.

Welch MN, Reilly CD, Kalwerisky K, Johnson A, Waller SG., .Pterygia measurements are more accurate with anterior segment optical coherence tomography ? A pilot study. Nepalese J Oph 3(5):9-12., 2011.

Professional Activities

  • Faculty Senate Education Committee: Oct 2010
  • Curriculum Reform Initiative, Assessment Committee: Oct 2010
  • ASD/HA Medical Stability Operations Working Group, Personnel & Organization subcommittee: designed USU GHS education and training consortium concept