Dr. Anna Cass is an Assistant Professor in the Health Sciences Department at Furman University. Prior to joining the Furman faculty in 2016, she worked in clinical research for 10 years at the Greenville Health System. She was one of the founding faculty members at the University of South Carolina School of Medicine Greenville (USCSOMG), where she taught epidemiology, biostatistics, and research methods to medical students.
Dr. Cass began her graduate work at the University of Kentucky College of Public Health where she earned a Master of Public Health with concentrations in Epidemiology and Biostatistics. Her research in Kentucky focused on population-based cancer studies. During her doctoral work in epidemiology at the University of South Carolina Arnold School of Public Health, she worked on a study of ADHD in youth and a faith-based health promotion program for adults.
Dr. Cass is glad to be back at her alma mater, teaching in the department where she studied as an undergraduate student. She is a native of Franklin, TN, but is enjoying putting down roots in Greenville, SC with her husband, Jeremy, and three children, Addy, Charlie, and Oliver.