Wayne McCullough, PhD, MA

Wayne McCullough

Associate Professor

Wayne R. McCullough, PhD, MA, is the Director of the Master Public Health Program. He is responsible for curricular changes that are responsive to the evolving public health environment. As interim chair of the department, he led the successful conversion of the Division into the Charles Stewart Mott Department of Public Health and the application process for the Council on Education in Public Health accreditation. He conducts research on men’s health issues—especially those of Black men—centered on mental health, depression, diabetes, and cardiovascular diseases.

Dr. McCullough served as the original co-investigator on the Research to Reduce Disparities in Disease NIH grant, which trains students to conduct mentored research through their medical education.

He is widely published in academic and scholarly publications, including the Journal of the National Medical Association, Health Equity, and Current Gerontology and Geriatrics Research.