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Janis Campbell

Janis Campbell
Janis Campbell
The University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center
USA
Tel: 405-271-2229 (ext.48062)

Biography

Dr. Janis Campbell is an Assistant Professor of Research at the University of Oklahoma College of Public Health Biostatistics and Epidemiology Department for almost 2 years. Dr. Campbell previously served as Chronic Disease surveillance coordinator for nine years and for five years as a program analyst for Maternal and Child Health Services at the Oklahoma State Department of Health Dr Campbell has almost 20 years of experience working with American Indian populations and public health. Dr. Campbell is the Principal Investigator of the NCI funded OU Community Networks Program. Additionally she has published and presented nationally and internationally on health disparities health prevention programs and multilevel interventions. As an anthropologist by training her work focuses on the social and cultural aspects of health disparities combining both qualitative and quantitative methods. Dr. Campbell was the PI for CDC funded Oklahoma REACH 2010 the American Indian Centers of Excellence in the Elimination of Disparities and the Oklahoma Central Cancer Registry.

Research Interest

Program evaluation research
Health disparities
Community cancer prevention and control
Cancer surveillance

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