The University of Texas Center for Health Promotion and Prevention Research

About the CHPPR

Mission

The mission of the CHPPR is to conduct research to develop, evaluate, and disseminate health promotion and disease prevention programs in diverse settings and populations.

The Center for Health Promotion and Prevention Research (CHPPR) has nearly 30 years of history advancing health promotion locally, nationally, and globally and draws from interdisciplinary expertise in behavioral science, health promotion and health education, epidemiology, statistics, and economics.

Leadership

faculty Tortolero Susan About the CHPPRDirector

Susan Tortolero Emery, PhD

Dr. Tortolero Emery is the director of the CHPPR and the Allan King Professor of Public Health at the UT School of Public Health in the Department of Health Promotion and Behavioral Sciences and the Division of Epidemiology.

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faculty Markham Christine About the CHPPRAssociate Director

Christine Markham, PhD

Dr. Markham is the Associate Director of CHPPR of research functions, deputy director of the UTPRC, and the principal investigator for All About Youth, an evaluation of abstinence-only and abstinence-plus program to prevent HIV, STI, and pregnancy among middle school students.

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faculty Fernandez Maria About the CHPPRAssociate Director

Maria Fernandez, PhD

Dr. Fernandez is the Associate Director of CHPPR of research functions.

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Program Directors

faculty Ross Michael About the CHPPRInternational Program

Michael Ross, PhD, MPH


faculty Mullen Pat About the CHPPRPre- and Post-Doctoral Training Programs

Patricia Dolan Mullen, DrPH


faculty Tortolero Susan About the CHPPRUT Prevention Research Center

Susan Tortolero Emery, PhD


faculty Fernandez Maria About the CHPPRCancer Prevention and Control Research Network (CPCRN) – Latinos in a Network for Cancer Control (LINCC)

Maria E. Fernandez, PhD