Christine Baugh, PhD, MPH

Assistant Professor

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phone:    (303) 724-4211
office:      Fulginiti Pavilion - Room 205

Dr. Baugh conducts interdisciplinary research at the intersection of health, policy, sport and ethics. Much of her work has focused on the acute and chronic health implications of repetitive brain injury from sport, and the resultant individual, institutional, policy and ethical considerations.  Dr. Baugh is the author of more than 50 peer-reviewed research articles. Her work has been featured by leading media outlets including the New York Times, Washington Post, ESPN and Sports Illustrated. She has won numerous awards for her teaching and research, including being named to Forbes 30-under-30 list in sports.   


  • 2010  Harvard University:  BA (History and Science)
  • 2012  Boston University:  MPH (Health Law, Bioethics, and Human Rights)
  • 2018  Harvard University;  PhD (Health Policy and Ethics)
  • 2019  Harvard Medical School; Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Mental Health Policy
  • Public health ethics
  • Sports related injury
  • Risk, decision-making, and morality
  • Conflicts of interest and dual loyalty
  • Health care delivery in the sports medicine environment
  • Data visualization

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