Carrie Rosario, MPH, CHES
AP Assistant Professor
Education and Training
I received my undergraduate degree in French studies from Andrews University, and my Master of Public Health from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. I am a Certified Health Education Specialist, and Tobacco Treatment Specialist. Currently, I am pursuing my doctoral studies in health education and health promotion at Loma Linda University.
My major research interests revolve around tobacco control, prevention and cessation. I am interested in the role of social and environmental factors in tobacco use, as well as the in usage of alternative tobacco products such as: cigars, cigarillos, e-cigarettes, and snus. Populations of particular interest to me are adolescents, college students, and African Americans. Additional research interests include health literacy, and the significance of breastfeeding.
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