Lynelle Phillips

Lynelle Phillips


Assistant Teaching Professor

Education Director for Public Health in Extension

Research areas

Public Health, Communicable Diseases

Courses taught

P_HLTH 7150 Principles of Public Health; P_HLTH 8001 Epidemiology of Vaccine-Preventable Diseases; P_HLTH 8150 Human Health and the Environment; P_HLTH 8120 Applied Epidemiology in Community Assessment; P_HLTH 8980 Public Health Internship

Lynelle Phillips received her MPH in 1992 and has worked for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in areas including environmental health, immunization and tuberculosis control. She also worked at the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services as a nurse consultant and CDC field assignee to the tuberculosis program, and she has consulted for the Heartland National TB Center. She is currently serving as Assistant Teaching Professor for the Department of Public Health and teaches epidemiology, ethics, and environmental health courses for both the undergraduate and MPH programs. She also coordinates the MPH Internship Program.

In the news

Ifeolu David stands in the foreground wearing a grey T-shirt under a black vest with the World Health Organization logo and acronyms WHO, OMS

Mar. 11, 2020

Lessons from Ebola