Lisa SchwarzburgPh.D.

Lisa Schwarzburg
Assistant Professor
Div. of Population Health Sciences
PSB STE 206, Room 206F


Dr. Schwarzburg is an assistant professor of Health Sciences specializing in circumpolar, environmental and Alaska Native health research—and among courses taught in the undergraduate program. With a background in medical anthropology and health policy, she seeks to facilitate community-based decisions on environment, food ways and birth ways; while exploring varied ways of knowing. She also enjoys serving as faculty advisor to the Health Professionals Student Organization, and in her free time, you will find her hiking, biking or trying her hand at curling.

Teaching Responsibilities

  • Undergraduate