Saint Louis University

Tekeda Freeman Ferguson, PhD

Adjunct Professor of Epidemiology

 Takeda Ferguson


Dr. Ferguson is an Assistant Professor for the Division of Epidemiology at Saint Louis University School of Public Health. Dr. Ferguson research interests include cardiovascular disease, stroke, and metabolic changes and cardiovascular risks in HIV/AIDS. She is also exploring inflammatory markers and increased risk of hypertension and stroke. She has experience in coordinating and data management of longitudinal epidemiologic studies in cardiovascular disease and clinical trials involving stroke and rheumatoid arthritis.

Dr. Ferguson is a Certified Health Educator Specialist (CHES), and she is a member of the Society of Epidemiology Research and American Public Health Association Epidemiology Council. She received her PhD and MSPH in Epidemiology from the University of Alabama at Birmingham. She also has a Master of Public Health in Health Education/Communication from Tulane University.

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