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Meghan Davis

111 Market Place, Suite 840, Baltimore MD 21202

Affiliated Faculty

Meghan joined the Center in 2024 as Affiliated Faculty, but she has been collaborating with CLF since 2010, when she was a CLF-Lerner Fellow. A former dairy veterinarian and a molecular epidemiologist, she uses One Health approaches to harness benefits and mitigate risks at the human-animal interface.

She earned her BS at The College of William & Mary, her DVM from the University of California at Davis School of Veterinary Medicine, and her MPH and PhD from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Originally from Baltimore, her work includes local activities with inner-city communities as well as engagement of rural, agricultural communities.

She currently directs the Johns Hopkins P.O.E. Total Worker Health® Center in Mental Health (POE Center), a NIOSH-funded center focused on the integration of hazard reduction and health promotion activities for workers, including agricultural workers. This intersects with the work of CLF in the focus on how to better empower agricultural workers to support their own health and protection and to improve the health of animals and promote sustainable production practices.

Outside of the joy she receives from teaching and mentoring students, she enjoys gardening (particularly daylily hybridization), photography, and creative writing.