Craig Roberts is an epidemiologist and physician assistant with more than 30 years of clinical and research experience in public health and infectious disease. He holds an appointment as an Emeritus Clinical Assistant Professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where he worked as a manager and clinician in the sexual health clinic at University Health Services. He is a past chair of the Sexual Health Coalition of the American College Health Association. An expert in sexually transmitted infections, he consults and lectures frequently on topics relating to college population health and infectious diseases of young adults.
Dr. Davis is an infectious disease physician and Clinician Educator with a focus on Immunocompromised Hosts. His interests are primarily with the infectious diseases of the Immunocompromised Host, broadly defined to include patients living with HIV, who have undergone solid-organ or bone-marrow transplantation, and patients who are maintained on immunosuppressive agents. Dr. Davis' educational interests and activities are diverse, and span the spectrum of medical education, from undergraduate and pre-professional education, including medical education and residency/fellowship training, through to continuing medical education for experienced physicians. He currently serves as the Associate Dean for Medical Education at The Ohio State University College of Medicine.