Shanice Battle, PhD, MPH is a Social Epidemiologist whose work examines various aspects of health equity. Dr. Battle is a graduate of Virginia Commonwealth University (BS, Psychology), Georgia State University (MPH) and the University of Michigan where she earned her doctoral degree in Epidemiological Sciences. She has previously worked at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Morehouse School of Medicine and Emory School of Medicine on various research projects focusing on the prevention of HIV/AIDS, childhood obesity, cardiovascular disease and maternal substance abuse. Her most recent research has a primary interest in the ways in which social, political and economic conditions link racial and gender group membership to the risk of poor mental health, particularly within the neighbourhood environment.
Shanice Battle, MPH, PhD
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