Cutler Institute

Finn Teach, M.P.P.

Research Analyst I, Population Health and Health Policy Program

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Finn Teach is a Research Assistant I at the Catherine E. Cutler Institute for Population Health and Health Policy at the Muskie School of Public Service, University of Southern Maine. Since 2010 Finn has been a key member of USM’s epidemiology team embedded at the Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention in Augusta. Finn provides organizational, informational, analytic and technical assistance to epidemiology and public health program staff. Finn participates in program evaluation and public health surveillance activities including research instrument development, data collection, data analysis and presentation.

Areas of Expertise

Chronic disease (asthma, cancer, cardiovascular disease), maternal and child health (home visiting, children with special health care needs, adverse childhood events, dating violence, sexual assault, and domestic violence), health biometrics, and GLBT populations.

Software, including: Nvivo, SAS, ArcGIS, Snap Surveys, InstantAtlas, Endnote, Adobe Professional, Piktochart, Excel, and Access.


 Please review Finn Teach's publications on Digital Commons.


Colby College, B.A. in Sociology and Studio Art, 2007.
University of Southern Maine, Masters in Public Policy and Management, 2010.