Faculty A-Z

Delphine Grynszpan

Assistant Professor in Public Health
MD (U of Paris), D. Sciences Politiques (SciencesPo Paris), MPH (LSHTM), FFPH (UK)

Community Health and Humanities


Faculty of Medicine, M4M204


MED6724 Communicable Disease Control and Prevention

MED6806 Canadian Health System: principles, structure and challenges

MED6700/6701 MPH Seminar I and II

I am also the Faculty Coordinator for the MPH Practicum/Capstone (MED6710/6711)

UGME phase 1, 2 and 3

Research Interests

Communicable disease control

Disaster risk reduction and climate/environmental change adaptation

Education and training in public health practice

Public health program evaluation

Selected Publications

Russell K, Addiman S, Grynszpan D, Freedman J, Lopez Bernal J, Yin Z, Rawlings C, Balasegaram S. (2018). The impact of new national guidance for the public health management of enteric fever in England. Public Health, Jan;154:79-86

S. Balasegaram, A.L. Potter, D. Grynszpan, et al. (2012). Guidelines for the public health management of typhoid and paratyphoid in England. Practice guidelines from the national Typhoid and Paratyphoid Reference Group. Journal of Infection 65, pp. 197-213

IPCC (Contributing author) (2011). Chapter 9: Case studies, in: IPCC Special Report on Managing the Risks of Extreme Events and Disasters to Advance Climate Change Adaptation (SREX). Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, UK and New York, NY, USA

Grynszpan D, Murray V, Llosa S (2011). Value of Case Studies in Disaster Assessment. Prehospital and Disaster Medicine, 26 (3): 204-207

Grynszpan D, Murray V, Kreis I, Zenner D, Vardoulakis S, Caldin H, Morgan D, Heaviside C, Heymann D (2010). Foresight International Dimensions of Climate Change - The Implications for the UK's Health Sector of the International Dimensions of Climate Change, 2010 to 2100. Report submitted to Foresight, Government Office for Science, 8 November 2010.

Grynszpan D (2003). Lessons from the French heatwave. Lancet, 362:1169-1170