Dissertation Topic/Title: Impact of NIOSH Education and Resource Centers on workplace practice
Dissertation Advisor: Dona Schneider
Previous Degrees: MPH (Univ. of Massachusetts, 1989, Public Health); BA (Univ. of Rhode Island, 1987, Biology)
Mitchel Rosen’s interests include workforce development issues for public health professionals, specifically in the concentrations of occupational health and safety, public health capacity development, and emergency preparedness. Mr. Rosen, as Director of the Office of Public Health Practice, is responsible for providing training to public health professionals in New Jersey. Mr. Rosen is the project manager/principal investigator for several programs, including the NJ/NY Hazardous Materials Worker Training Center (funded by NIEHS), the Continuing and Outreach Education Program for the NY/NJ Education and Research Center (funded by NIOSH), the NJ Public Health Training Center (funded by HRSA). Mr. Rosen is the principal investigator of the Multi-State Learning Collaborative: Lead States in Public Health Quality Improvement, through the National Network of Public Health Institutes and funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.