Faculty Profile Instructions

Overview 

All YSPH faculty members have a profile page located on the YSPH website. Your profile page is an informational page about you for students, Yale faculty and staff, and for the general population outside of Yale. Your profile page contains information about your research, publications, professional activities, etc. The link to your profile page appears on any Yale website with which you are affiliated. While Denise Meyer, YSPH’s web coordinator, can provide assistance, it is your responsibility to populate your profile page within the first 30 days of your appointment. 

In addition to the faculty directory your profile appears on your department website and on other Yale affiliated organizations that set up a faculty list. These pages get high google rankings so it behooves you to devote time to completing your profile page. 

Instructions 

To populate or make changes to your profile page, click on your profile, scroll to the bottom and click on the button that says "Edit this Profile". Use your NetID and password to enter the database, which is fairly straightforward, there are training videos and documentation from the Web Group (ysm.editor@yale.edu or phone (203) 737-7932). 

Headshots 

Faculty photo sessions are typically held in September, October and November, but if you already have a high resolution headshot you can upload that temporarily (it must be 1200 pixels high minimum). You will receive an email notifications from the YSM Communications office.

Priority Data Fields 

Fields on your profile page that are considered priorities are: 

  • Bio - required 
  • Research Brief Summary 
  • Research interest keywords (both MESH and Public Health Keywords) 
  • Selected publications (you can cherry pick your most important or recent 6-10)  
  • Activities (tab says “Activity Map”) 

There is a button on the upper left that will allow you to preview your page. The changes on the live site may take up to 24 hours to clear the caching system and appear on the live website. Questions? Denise Meyer (203-785-5476).

Public Health Keywords for Faculty Profiles

Keywords
Adolescent health
Aerosols
Aging
Air pollution
Alcoholism/Alcohol
Alternative medicine
Alzheimer's Disease
Antibiotics resistance
Antivirals
Arsenic
Asthma
Autism
Avian Flu
 
Bacterial genetics & evolution
Barrett's Esophagus
Bed bugs
Behavioral health
Bioethics
Bioinformatics
Biomarkers
Biostatistics
Birth control
Body fluid regulation
BRAC1
BRAC2
Breast cancer
Breastfeeding
 
Cancer
Cancer epidemiology
Cancer genetics
Cancer screening
Cancer survival
Capacity building
Carbon monoxide poisoning
Cardiovascular disease
Cardiovascular/blood pressure regulation
Chemical warfare
Child development, policies, programs
Child health
Child Mental Health
Childhood Immunizations
Children and media
Chronic conditions
Chronic disease management
Climate change
Clinical guidelines
Clinical trials
CNS metastases
Colorectal cancer
Communicating messages
Community health
Conflict and health
Coping
Cost-effectiveness
Cross-Species transmision
Culture
 
Data analysis
DDT
Dementia
Depression
Developing countries (health)
Diabetes
Dietary factors
Disaster preparedness
Disease transmission
Drug Abuse/Addition
 
Early childhood development
Eating disorders
Economics
Emergency preparedness
Emerging diseases
Employee benefits
End-of-life issues
Environment and health
Environmental Health
Epidemiology methods
Esophageal Cancer
Estrogen
Ethics
Evolution
Exposure assessment
 
Families
Fetal/infant development
Fish oil
Flu
 
Gastric cancer
Gene mapping
Genetic epidemiology
Genetics
Genomics
Gerontology
GIS
GIS/Disease mapping
Glioma
Global health
 
Health behavior
Health care quality
Health care delivery
Health care financing
Health care management
Health diplomacy
Health disparities
Health equity
Health economics
Health insurance
Health policy
Health promotion-disease prevention
Health risk behaviors
Health services research
Health systems strengthening
Heart disease
Heart disease in young women
Heat wave deaths
Helicobacter pylori
Hepatitis
Herpes Simplex Virus
Hib
History of medicine
History of science
HIV/AIDS
HMOs
Hormones
Hospital management
HPV
Human genetic data
Human Rights
Human Subjects Research
Humanitarian assistance
 
Immune functions
Infectious disease
Infectious disease transmission
Infertility
Influenza
International health
IPV (interpersonal violence)
Ionizing radiationi
Iraq War casualties
 
Kidney disease
 
Labor and birth
Leishmaniasis
Lyme Disease
 
Malaria
Malpractice
Managed care
Mass spectrometry
Maternal & child health
Measles
Medical entomology
Medical technology
Medicare/Medicaid
Meningioma
Menopause
Menstruation
Mental Health
Metabolism
Metabolomics
Microarray
Microbial ecology
Microbiome
Modeling
 
Nanotechnology
Needle Exchange
Neglected tropical diseases
Neuroepidemiology
Noise
Nursing homes
Nutrition
 
Obesity
Occupational health
Oral contraceptives
Ovarian cancer
 
Pancreas cancer
Pandemic
Parasitology
Patient-physician relations
PCBs
Perinatal epidemiology
Physician attitudes
Physician decision-making
Planetary Health
Pneumococcal vaccine
Pneumonia
Policy & regulation
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
Poverty
Pregnancy
Prenatal/fetal development
Prescription drugs
Prostate cancer
Psychiatric disturbances
Psychiatric epidemiology
Psychological trauma
Psychosocial risk factors
Public health practice
Public health preparedness
 
Quality of care
 
Radiation
Refugees
Religion
Reproductive biology
Reproductive health
Respiratory disease/infections
Rift Valley fever
Risk assessment
Risk science
Risky behaviors
 
Schizophrenia
Sepsis
Sexually-transmitted diseases
Simulation
Smoking/tobacco Control
Social determinants of health
Social and economic policy
Social entrepreneurship
Social inequalities
Social networks
Statistical genetics
Statistical models
STDs
Stereotypes
Stress
Stroke
Substance abuse
Sun exposure
 
Teen Sex
Telemedicine
Temperature regulation
Trachoma
Tropical Diseases
Tuberculosis
 
Uninsured
Urban health
 
Vaccines
Violence
Viruses
Vitamin A
Vitamin E
Vitamin supplements
 
Weight management
West Nile virus
Women's health
 
Vector biology
 
Yellow fever
 
Zika virus
Zoonosis