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Nutrition

Early Childhood Obesity, Socioeconomic Status, and Executive Functioning in Atlanta’s Children.

Amanda Brzozowski, student, Dr. Carolyn Drews-Botsch, mentor; Emory University Rollins School of Public Health, Department of Epidemiology

Multisport/Triathlon Training and Self-determined Exercise Among an Overweight Latino Middle School Population.

Jeffrey Condit, student, Dr. Paula Papanek, mentor; Marquette University, Dept. of Physical Therapy

INTERNATIONAL

Violence Against Children and Youth in Mexico: A Public Health Approach.

Carolina de la Portilla, student; Dr. Enrique Cifuentes, mentor; University of Munich and Harvard School of Public Health

Adolescence

Media Literacy and Perceptions of Identity among Pre-adolescent African-American Girls. 

Johari Harris, student, Dr. Miles Irving, mentor; Georgia State University, Department of Educational Psychology

Rural Kentucky Adolescents and Effects of Parenting.

Lesley Davidson, student, Dr. Hatim Omar, mentor; University of Kentucky, Department of Pediatrics

Breaking the Cycle through Next Step Up: An Educational and Mentoring Intervention

Elise Tolbert, student, Dr. Pamela Maxson, mentor; University of Michigan, School of Public Health, Department of Environmental Health

Predictors of Completed Childhood Vaccination in Bolivia.  
Brianna Osetinsky, student; Dr. Laura Gaydos, mentor; Emory University Rollins School of Public Health Department of Health Policy and Management

Elements of culture and tradition that shape the perceptions and expectations of Somali refugee mothers regarding Autism 

Shanna Miller-Gairy, student, Dr. Saul Mofya, mentor; Fort Valley State University, Department of Graduate Study

Improving environmental Exposure and Health Outreach to Children in Puerto Rico: A Geographic Information Systems Approach. 

Lauren Ritter, student; Dr. Damiris Perez Agu, mentor; Mount Sinai Icahn School of Medicine, Dept. of Preventative Medicine

legal

Evaluating In Home Intervention Strategies to Mitigate Disparate Respiratory Illness Rates in Disadvantaged Urban Pediatric Populations.

Emily McClendon and Justin Babino, students, John Marshall, mentor; Georgia State University College of Law

Breaking the Cycle with Medical-Legal Partnerships: A Comparison of Referral and Intake Processes with a Focus on Addressing Substandard Housing Condition. 

Caroline Wick, student, Dr. Colin Crawford, mentor; Tulane University Law School and the School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine and Environmental Health Sciences