Lecturer, Department of Community and Environmental Health
Berlin teaches a variety of undergraduate and graduate courses in the Department, including Health Care Policymaking and Issues in Aging, Leadership for Health Care Professionals, Health Care Economics, Finance and Service Delivery Systems, and Marketing for Health Care Professionals. As a co-founder of the Idaho Alzheimer’s Planning Group, he has made several presentations to the Idaho state legislature, successfully advocating for a statewide plan for Alzheimer’s disease in Idaho. He has also met with Idaho’s congressional representatives in Washington, D.C. to advocate for additional research funding for Alzheimer’s disease.
Outside of his professional life, Berlin’s interests include traveling with his wife and two sons; volunteering with the Idaho Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association, and serving on that organization’s Leadership Council. He also sits on the Board of Directors of Sheridan Academy, an accredited non-profit junior/senior private school in Boise. When time permits, he enjoys golf, fly fishing and playing bocce with the Italian American Club of Boise.