Mark Dal Corso, MD, MPH

Associate Professor

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Education & Affiliations

Pediatric Residency and Preventive Medicine Residency, Tulane University, 1987 & 1989
MD, Universidad de Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico, 1984
MPH, Tulane University, 1988
BS/BA University of California, Irvine, 1976


Mark Dal Corso is a pediatrician serving a largely Spanish speaking population through the DePaul Community Health Center in New Orleans which is a Federally Qualified Health Center. At Tulane University he teaches four graduate level courses in the department of Social, Behavioral & Population Sciences; two undergraduate courses in the undergraduate public health (BSPH) program and is the faculty advisor for the MD/MPH rotation in the School of Medicine. Prior to joining Tulane he worked as the medical director for the Louisiana HIV AIDS Services Program at the Louisiana Office of Public Health, with GoToNations, a Christian non-profit providing medical care and community health training in Central America, and with the LSU Department of Pediatrics. He received his MD from the Universidad de Monterrey in Monterrey, Mexico, and his MPH at Tulane University School of Public Health. His residency training in pediatrics and preventive medicine was completed at Tulane University.

Research Areas

  • Immigrant Health


Please view Dr. Corso's publications at his NCBI profile page.


SBPS 6460 Child Health & Development
SBPS 6800 Community Training Methodologies
SBPS 7100 Public Health Policy & Practice
SBPS 6810 Community and Pub Health Education
SPHU 1010 Introduction to Public Health
SPHU 4200 Evidence Based Pub Health