Cristine D. Delnevo, PhD, MPH
Dr. Cristine Delnevo is Professor and Chair of the Department of Health Education and Behavioral Science, Director of the Center for Tobacco Studies and the interim dean at the Rutgers -School of Public Health. She has also served as co-leader of the Cancer Prevention and Control Program at Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey.
Lara B. McKenzie, PhD, MA
Dr. Lara McKenzie is an Associate Professor of Pediatrics at The Ohio State University College of Medicine and in the Division of Epidemiology in the College of Public Health. She is also a faculty researcher and Director of the Training and Education Core in the Center for Injury Research and Policy at the Research Institute at Nationwide Children’s Hospital in Columbus, Ohio.
E. Lisako J. McKyer, PhD, MPH
Dr. E. Lisako Jones McKyer is a tenured faculty member at Texas A&M University, with a primary appointment in the Department of Health Promotion & Community Health Sciences at the School of Public Health. Her secondary appointments in the Department of Health & Kinesiology in the College of Education & Human Development, and with the Department of Humanities in Medicine, College of Medicine, also at Texas A&M University. She serves as the Associate Dean for Climate & Diversity, and directs the Office of Cultural Competence, Diversity & Inclusion. In addition, she is director of research development for the Center for Community Health Development. Her research interests and expertise include socioecological determinants of child health, health disparities and cultural competence. She has been a member of AAHB since January, 2008. As a researcher, Dr. McKyer has published 63+ peer-reviewed journal articles, has 150+ presentations, and has secured as part of research teams, over $20 million in grants/contracts since 2006, of which over $3.5 million as PI or co-PI.
Susan M. Rawl, PhD, RN, FAAN
Dr. Susan M. Rawl, professor in the Science of Nursing Care department, is the director of the Indiana University School of Nursing's T32 training program in behavioral nursing research funded by the National Institute of Nursing Research. Dr. Rawl is a member of the Cancer Prevention and Control Program at the Indiana University Simon Cancer Center and a scientist with the Behavioral Cooperative Oncology Group. Her program of research is focused in the area of behavioral oncology, with a special emphasis on interventions to promote colorectal and breast cancer screening and reduce cancer risk. Her studies, funded by the National Cancer Institute and the National Institute for Nursing Research, have tested computer-based, tailored health promotion interventions to motivate colorectal cancer screening. She also conducts intervention research to promote psychosocial and physical adjustment after a cancer diagnosis, including for people living with an intestinal ostomy.