My latest study, published in Obesity, used econometric methods to study race and gender disparities in childhood obesity. Why are Black girls more likely to develop obesity than any other race/gender group?
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In collaboration with the Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health, I filmed an online course on systems science methods and how these methods apply to obesity.
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My RESEARCH evaluates health policies that target childhood obesity. I also apply system dynamics to simulate the impact of policies across sectors, including schools and neighborhoods. Click above to learn about past and ongoing projects.
Publishing research can only get you so far. Ultimately, the impact of science depends on science COMMUNICATION. Click on my photo to find Information on my blog, media coverage, speaking engagements, and other communications activities.
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Teaching: "Systems Science and Obesity"
Study: Decomposition of Disparities in Obesity
Research translation: Research Watch
Podcast: "Using Systems Science to Improve Community Health"
Each month, I review recent nutrition and food policy research as part of Healthy Food America's "Research Watch." We summarize the latest science and how it relates to ongoing policy debates.
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Linking research and communications to improve the impact of science on public health and policy change
I was invited to join the podcast "Human Current," which explores the topic of complexity. We talked about how complexity applies to obesity and food policy research.
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