Center for Health Promotion and Prevention Research


Robert C. Addy, PhD

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Faculty Associate
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Health Promotion and Behavioral Sciences

Research Interests 

Program Evaluation
Adolescent Health
Health Education/Behavioral Sciences
Sexual Health


Dr. Addy has over 25 years of research experience, including collecting, managing, and analyzing data in multiple contexts. He has served as data manager for multiple projects involving single and multiple sites, as well as cross-sectional and longitudinal community-based studies in diverse settings (e.g. children, adolescents, adults, schools, clinics, and communities) and with diverse populations, including Hispanic, African-American, American Indian and Alaska Native populations. He has extensive experience in compiling, cleaning, and processing data in preparation for analysis and distribution. He is part of a teaching team that provides graduate level classes in program evaluation and data management at UTSPH.


Email: [email protected] 
Phone: +1 (713) 500-9758

Current Projects

Me & You Too

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Me & You Too is a multi-level 6th grade sexual risk avoidance education curriculum designed to increase students’ healthy decision-making, goal-setting, and self-regulation skills to have healthy relationships and abstain from sexual activity and other risk behaviors.


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The Management Information & Decision Support Epilepsy Tool Plus (MINDSET) is a web-based bilingual program designed to improve patient-provider communication to enhance self-management of patients with epilepsy (PWE) through tailored behavioral goal selection and action plan development.