April 17, 2017
Epidemiologic Transition and the Use of Social Ecological Models in Health Promotion with Dr. Ken McLeroy
Distinguished Scholar Series
11:30 a.m.–12:45 p.m.
Please Note: This event has already occurred.
Epidemiologic Transition and the Use o Social Ecological Models in Health Promotion discussion.
Dr. McLeroy is currently serving as a Senior Professor at the Texas A&M School of Public Health, having recently retired as a Regents Professor, Distinguished Professor and Full Professor with Tenure, in the Department of Health Promotion and Community Health Sciences. He currently serves as Principal Investigator for a large cooperative agreement with the Office of Adolescent Health, as well as several health promotion projects with the American Heart Association funded by the CDC. His major areas of research and scholarship include program evaluation, community interventions, community capacity, and the application of social ecology to health promotion interventions. His CV lists more than 300 publications, including books and book chapters, theme issue of refereed journals, editorials and commentaries in refereed journals, technical reports and professional presentations. Significant awards and honors include serving as a Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation Presidential Professor at the University of Oklahoma, Research Laureate of the American Academy of Health Behavior, and Regents Professor and Distinguished Professor at Texas A&M. He has served on more than 50 federal and international grant review panels. He currently serves as Departmental Editor for the American Journal of Public Health, and he has served on more than 20 editorial boards or guest editorial boards for professional journals.
- Center for Molecular Medicine: Room 111
- Faculty and Staff
- Health Professional
- North (Reno Area)