Noble Maseru Named Director of the Center for Health Equity at the University of Pittsburgh

The University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health has named Noble A-W Maseru as the new director of the Center for Health Equity. He will also serve as associate dean for diversity and be a professor of public health practice in the department of behavioral and community health sciences.

Dr. Maseru served for the past 10 years as health commissioner for the city of Cincinnati. He is also the former health director for the Detroit Department of Health and Wellness Promotion. Earlier in his career, Dr. Maseru was the founding director of master for public health program at the Morehouse School of Medicine in Atlanta.

Dr. Maseru is a graduate of Wayne State University in Detroit. He holds a master of public health degree from Emory University in Atlanta and a Ph.D. in health policy from Clark Atlanta University.

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  1. Pastor Will Thomas says:

    Congratulations, Dr. Maseru! The University of Pittsburgh will be well served as you have served the City of Cincinnati for over a decade.

  2. Margo Springs says:

    Kudos Dr. Maseru! Well deserved, my brother! – Margo Springs “And Still I Rise!”

  3. Dr. Patricia Rodney says:

    Congrats Noble. The University Of Pittsburgh is extremely fortunate to have on their faculty a highly qualified, principled and wonderful individual. I was fortunate to work with you and to build an excellent MPH Program at Morehouse School of Medicine. Continue to the GREAT!!!

  4. Dr. Jennifer E. Williams says:

    Congratulations, Noble! Cincinnati’s loss is Pittsburgh’s gain!!

  5. Angela R. McLemore says:

    Noble, congratulations and best wishes to you.

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