Position title: Injury and Violence Prevention Epidemiologist
Phone: (608) 266-3894
Pamela Imm, MS
Wisconsin Department of Health Services
Bureau of Community Health Promotion
1 W. Wilson St, Rm 233
Madison, WI 53703
Pamela is a Researcher at the Population Health Institute based at the Wisconsin Department of Health Services, Bureau of Community Health Promotion. She serves as the Injury and Violence Prevention Epidemiologist in the Behavioral Health Section. Her work has recently focused on the development of surveillance methodology for self-harm injuries and child maltreatment. She co-chairs a national workgroup developing guidance on interpretation of injury data and trends in the wake of the pandemic.
Pam has over 20 years of experience in public health managing research studies, developing surveys, sample designs, and study protocols, and conducting statistical analysis. Prior to joining the Population Health Institute, Pam served as the Research Program Manager of the Wisconsin Surveillance of Autism and other Developmental Disabilities System (WISADDS) at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She has also spent approximately a decade working on environmental health studies as a research manager. These studies have focused on Great Lakes Fish contaminants and human health and also childhood lead poisoning and educational outcomes.
Pam received her master’s degree in Sociology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison with emphasis on quantitative and qualitative methods and analyses.