Dr. Donna Almario Doebler

(Health Fellows & Scholars)
Post Doctoral Scholar
University of Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
United States

Focus Areas

Policy & Education
Public Health & Safety


Donna Almario Doebler, DrPH, MPH, MS is a Post Doctoral Scholar at the University of Pittsburgh. Dr. Almario Doebler received her DrPH in Behavioral and Community Health Sciences and her MS in biostatistics from the University of Pittsburgh’s (PITT) Graduate School of Public Health. In addition, she obtained her MPH in epidemiology from George Washington University, and her BA in biopsychology from Vassar College. Dr. Almario Doebler’s work experience includes serving as a doctoral student researcher at PITT’s Center for Minority Health and a biostatistician at the Veteran Affairs Center for Health Equity Research and Promotion. She also was a research analyst at the Institute of Medicine and U.S. Government Accountability Office working on health policy issues that included perinatal HIV prevention, vaccine safety, and Community Health Center funding.