Terri Rebmann, PhD, RN, CIC
Associate Professor of Environmental & Occupational Health; Director, Institute for Biosecurity
Research Interests: Healthcare Infection Prevention and Epidemiology
Courses: BSDP-572 Communicable Diseases and Infection Control
Education History: PhD, Nursing, Saint Louis University
SLU Faculty Since: 2006
Terri Rebmann, PhD, RN, CIC is an Associate Professor and the Director of the Institute for Biosecurity in the Saint Louis University College for Public Health & Social Justice. She is a PhD Nurse researcher with an emphasis in infectious disease emergency preparedness. In addition, she is board certified in Infection Control and Epidemiology.Her past work experience includes research and clinical practice with HIV/AIDS patients and hospital infection prevention and epidemiology.
In her current position with the Institute for Biosecurity as the Director, she is responsible for managing all aspects of the Institute's MS, MPH, and PhD academic programs, as well as teaching classes in the programs and conducting research. Her research areas of focus include healthcare and public health professional disaster preparedness, long-term use of respiratory protection, and addressing barriers to vaccine uptake. She publishes and lectures on bioterrorism, pandemic planning, emerging infectious diseases, and infection prevention practices on a national basis.