Kim Krytus

MPH/MSW, PhD, CPH

Kim Krytus.

Kim Krytus

MPH/MSW, PhD, CPH

Kim Krytus

MPH/MSW, PhD, CPH

Assistant Dean/Director of Graduate Public Health Programs

Teaching and Research Interests

Interprofessional education and collaborative practice (IPE/IPCP); refugee healthcare

Overview

Professional Summary

Kim Krytus is a public health professional with expertise in community-based program development, implementation and evaluation. She has worked in the United States, Africa and Asia. As Assistant Dean and Director of Graduate Public Health Programs, Krytus oversees the School's Master of Public Heath (MPH) curriculum, graduate public health student services and program assessment. She is responsible for the School's public health accreditation by the Council on Education for Public Health (CEPH), and coordinates public health workforce development, alumni engagement and career services for all graduate public health programs.

Trained as an interprofessional education faculty facilitator, Krytus also represents the profession of public health on the University at Buffalo Interprofessional Education Leadership team.

Education

  • PhD, higher education, University at Buffalo       
  • MPH, health behavior, University at Buffalo
  • MSW, health, mental health and disability, University at Buffalo
  • BA, psychology, University at Buffalo

Training

  • Fellow, Service Learning, Daemen College and Western New York Service Learning Coalition, 2013

Professional Affiliations

  • American Public Health Association
  • Association of Schools and Programs of Public Health Academic Affairs Section
  • Delta Omega Public Health Honor Society, Gamma Lambda Chapter
  • New York State Public Health Association